Fujifilm launches FUJINON UA18x7.6BERD (UA18x7.6) and FUJINON UA23x7.6BERD (UA23x7.6) to the UA Series of 4K-compatible broadcast lenses.
The UA18x7.6 and UA23x7.6 are 4K-compatible broadcast lenses with design and advanced portability. The use of unique optical technology delivers high image resolution and rich tonal gradation. Both are highly versatile, with UA18x76 covering focal lenses from 7.6mm to 137mm (18x zoom), and the UA23x7.6 covering focal lengths from 7.6mm to 175mm (23x zoom).
Fujifilm will launch the UA18x7.6 in September 2019 and the UA237.6 in October 2019, expanding its broadcast lens lineup to 13 models in total, supporting premium-quality 4K video production.
The UA18x7.6 and UA23x7.6 can be pared with a 4K camcorder to reduce the physical strain of videographers who carry their equipment on the shoulder. Furthermore, the lenses contain ED lens elements to control the various types of aberration to achieve amazing sharpness. The company’s unique multi-layer coating helps achieve rich tonal gradation to produce 4K video of astonishing quality. These lenses can be mounted on an HD-compatible broadcast camera.
Compact design for advanced portability
- The two compact lenses adopted Fujifilm’s unique optical design, with the UA18x7.6 weighing at 1.74kg and measuring 204mm long and the UA23X7.6 weighing 1.95kg and measuring 221.4mm long.
- They can be paired with a 4K camcorder to reduce the physical strain of videographers who carry their equipment on the shoulder.
Unique optical technology for excellent sharpness and richness
- The lenses are ED and fluorite elements to effectively control various types of aberration, achieving outstanding image sharpness. The company’s HT-EBC (High Transmittance Electron Beam Coating) multi-layer coating boosts the rate of light transmittance, delivering rich tonal gradation.
- These lenses can be mounted on an HD-compatible broadcast camera.
Natural bokeh achieved with nine-blade diaphragm
- The use of nine-blade diaphragm achieves an aperture shape closer to a perfect circle. This creates beautiful soft lights and natural bokeh into the video expressions.
Addition of two lenses with different zoom magnifications
- These lenses use the “multi-group zooming” method that moves multiple lens groups for zooming.