There are a range of adapters to choose from, including the Fotodiox Canon EF/EF-S to Fujifilm X Mount and Nikon to Fujifilm X Mount. If you are travelling you might want to consider the versatility of a zoom lens. If this lens is too pricey for you, the newer Fujifilm XF 50mm f/2 R WR is also a great choice. It’s sharp throughout its zoom range, performs well in low light for a telephoto zoom, and comes with optical image stabilization for hand held shots. If you specialize in people shots this lens may stay on your X-Pro2 the majority of the time, which is a good thing. It is also cheaper and its fastest aperture is welcome for Milky Way and star trail shots. Manual focusing may be a hurdle for some photographers (we found it to be a bit clunky on this lens), but we love the sharpness and build quality. We do find 18mm at the wide end (27mm equivalent) to be too narrow for true landscape specialists, but this is a great travel and people lens for those who don’t want to spend huge for Fujinon primes.See the Fujinon 18-55mm. Weight: 13.2 oz.35mm equivalent: 75-345mmWhat we like: Lightweight and inexpensive.What we don’t: Subpar in low light. The X-Pro2 is the first mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera to have dual SD card slots. However it doesn’t have the fastest AF compared to some other XF lenses. Note that the camera is capable of performing well for most genres of photography but its design can suits some better than others such as landscape, street, reportage, travel and portraits. Its price is higher than the f/2 version but being an older lens, you can occasionally find some discounts or second-hand options. The Fujifilm X-Pro2 is a radical reworking of the first X-Series mirrorless interchangeable lens camera. The lens also features a sturdy all-metal build and produces sharp, high-quality images with minimal distortion. For advanced amateurs, I would also consider the following: An exception can be made for the XF 100-400mm and a specific subject: birds in flight. Another popular option is the fast Fujinon 16mm f/1.4, but that lens is heavier and we prefer the 21mm equivalent focal length.See the Fujinon 14mm. Macro Prime Lenses for Fujifilm X-Pro2 - 2 Lenses Perspective Control Prime Lenses for Fujifilm X-Pro2 - 2 Lenses . ISO 1600 at ¹⁄₆₀ sec at f/2.8. Pairing this lens with the X-Pro2 gives you a street camera set-up that can compete with just about anything on the market, mirrorless or otherwise. The wide-angle lens options for the X-Pro2 are strong, and our top pick is the 10-24mm f/4. Ethics statement: The following list is based upon our experience with Fujinon lenses. Of course, if you already own the X100, then you would be used to shooting with the 23mm (35mm equivalent) lens that’s welded to the body! The f/2 isn’t flawed by any means, but Fujifilm makes spectacular lenses and a maximum aperture of f/1.4 will provide the low light performance and bokeh that enthusiasts and professionals love. The weather-resistant Fujinon 16-55mm f/2.8 lens is a midrange zoom with a focal length equivalent to 24-84mm, and a constant f/2.8 aperture throughout the range. Most lenses should be useable, but they are larger than lenses built specifically for mirrorless. As an all-purpose solution, we can’t recommend a better zoom. We would love to see weather sealing added in the future for our fellow outdoor photographers, but it’s still a top-notch wide-angle option.See the Fujinon 10-24mm. With a focal length range of 27-206mm on a 35mm camera, this lens covers everything from wide angle to telephoto and is weather sealed. Weight: 2.8 oz.35mm equivalent: 41.5mmWhat we like: Compact and a good value.What we don’t: Optics are good but not great. The Zeiss 12mm lens has been designed for both the Fuji X and Sony E-mount but because of the popular XF 14mm, it didn’t meet with great success. It is far from perfect and won’t please everyone but no other camera can offer you this option in the mirrorless realm. GF23mmF4 R LM WR. The 14mm f/2.8 is tempting being one stop faster, but we value the versatility of the zoom at 16-35mm equivalent (the same as many full-frame zooms from Canon and Nikon). If you are looking at at more affordable solution for specific genres like astrophotography, you might find the Samyang 12mm f/2 a better option because of its mechanical focus ring (it’s a manual focus lens).