I was impressed with the lovely and inexpensive 7 Artisans Fisheye lens and promised myself I would try more of their products as they became available in the U.S. Amazon is now shipping the very inexpensive 25mm f1.8 in the Fujifilm mount so I ordered one. How inexpensive? $69. $69? That can't be right. Yes it is right and the shipping is included in the price. It must be an awful performer, right? Wrong. read on. The diminutive 25mm wide angle is made of metal and features a multicoated 7 element design in 5 element groups. It is an APS-C format unit with no electronics. That means the photographer is limited to manual focus and manual or aperture priority metering. It is actually made of metal. The focus ring is smooth. The aperture ring, unfortunately, has no detents so you will want to check your setting visually to be sure it hasn't moved. It is small. No lens hood is included but there are all kinds of 46mm Leica compatible hoods available on the internet for less than $10. Is it sharp? Yup. It sure is. below are images for your pixel peeping pleasure. First is my famous garden shed with a 100% crop of the wagon parked in front. Following that is a shot of some late blooming flowers with a 100% crop of the left edge of the frame. There must be something negative to say about it. Yes, there is. The lens dislplays a tiny bit of barrel distortion which you won't likely see in higher end modest wide angle lenses. It corrects easily in software so it isn't really a reason to reject the lens. I don't know if you have a use for a well made, crisp, sharp modest wide angle for a $69 price tag but I sure do. I've blown $7 for a 46mm thread metal vented Leica compatible hood for it. Shipping included in that as well. It is available for other APS-C cameras also and micro 4/3. What have you got to lose?