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FUJIFILM to Announce New Cine Zoom Additions to its Cabrio Series

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LR-Cabrio25-300mmThe Optical Devices Division of FUJIFILM North America will announce the latest addition to its series of cine zooms – the Premier PL 25-300mm Cabrio [ZK12x25] at NAB 2014. Equipped with a 35mm PL mount, the PL 25-300mm has a high zoom ratio covering the focal length of 25mm to 300mm. Like all Cabrio zooms, the PL 25-300mm supports an optional detachable drive unit for electric zooming, focusing and iris. Mounting the unit enables remote control of zoom, focus, and iris adjustment. It can be used as a self-contained ENG-style or cine style lens. When used without the drive, industry-standard cine motors can be fitted.

Designed using the latest proprietary optical simulation software, the PL 25-300mm offers optical performance in the center of the image and in the corners of the frame. The digital servo’s 16-bit encoding assures operators that all lens data output—including the position of the zoom, iris, and focus—is accurate. The zoom supports Lens Data System (LDS) and /i Technology metadata formats, and can be controlled using cinema industry standard wireless controllers as well as existing FUJINON wired and wireless units.

FUJIFILM’s PL 25-300mm lens is the latest development in the company’s popular Cabrio series, which includes the recently introduced Premier PL 19-90mm, the PL 85-300mm, and the recently introduced PL 14-35mm lenses. The PL 25-300mm zoom will be available in June of this year.

A presentation running on two monitors will feature several of the industry’s working cinematographers, including Claudio Miranda. This year marks FUJIFILM’s 80th anniversary and 40 years for the Optical Devices Division, formerly known as FUJINON, in the U.S. The company will exhibit in NAB Booth #C7025.

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