I have just been given a Fujinon 80mm macro lens as a birthday present. This is the first proper macro lens that Fuji have produced for use with the X range of cameras and is the perfect present for me, since my photography these days is almost totally limited to the house and garden. However, when the lens is off the camera or when it is attached to the camera and the camera power is turned off, it makes a loud clonking noise whenever it is inverted or moved with any kind of energy. I enquired of Fuji as soon as I noticed this noise and was told that it is normal and results from the fact that the lens uses a free floating focusing element that is truly free to float when there is no power applied to the lens. The thought of this floating element banging about inside the lens disturbs me, but I don't want to return it. I'm really looking forward to some better weather and the pleasure of pointing my XT2 at the butterflies and the bees etc.