Fujinon To Feature Full Range Of Lenses At NAB Show

At this year’s NAB Show, FUJINON will feature its Cine-Style, broadcast studio and field lenses, including the Premier PL 25-300mm Cabrio cine zoom.

FUJIFILM will showcase its range of Cine-Style, broadcast studio, and field lenses, including the FUJINON Premier PL 4K+ cine lenses and the Cabrio cine/ENG-Style lens series.

The Premier PL 4K+ Series features fast T speeds with color matched 4K and beyond optical performance. The 14.5-45mm T2.0, 18-85mm T2.0, 24-180mm T2.6 and 75-400mm T2.8-T3.8 Premier PL 4K+ Series will all be displayed.

The new FUJINON Premier PL 25-300mm Cabrio also will be on hand along with the rest of the Cabrio series at NAB. Equipped with a 35mm PL mount, the PL 25-300mm has a high zoom ratio covering the focal length of 25mm to 300mm and can be equipped with an optional servo drive unit..

Besides the PL 25-300mm, FUJINON’s Cabrio series includes the PL 19-90, PL 85-300, and PL 14-28mm. The PL 19-90, PL 85-300, and PL 14-35 Cabrio feature exclusive detachable servo drive units, making them suitable for use as a standard PL lens or as an ENG-style lens.

ENG lenses will range from the low-cost XT17sx4.5BMD 1/3-inch lens for ENG and teleconferencing applications to the HA42x13.5BERD Premier Series Stabilized Super Telephoto lens for large venues and sporting events.

Field lenses will include the FUJINON XA55x9.5BESM 2/3-inch zoom, the XA77x9.5BESM telephoto field lens and the XA99x8.4 ultra-wide field production lens. 

See FUJIFILM at NAB Show booth C7025.

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