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  • Fujinon ZK2.5x14

Fujinon ZK2.5x14

  • Brand: Fujinon
  • Product Code: ZK2.5x14
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Specifications   
Model name: ZK2.5x14
Application: 35mm PL Mount Camera
Focal length: 14-35mm
Zoom raito: 2.5x
T-no.: T2.9
Iris blades: 9
M.O.D.from image planes: 0.6m / 2'
Object dimensions at M.O.D. 14mm 701 x 394mm
1.78 : 1 Aspect raito* : 35mm 275 x 155mm
Angular field of view 14mm 88°52' x 57°45'
1.78 : 1 Aspect raito* : 35mm 42°49' x 24°53'
Focus rotation: 200°
Zoom rotation: 120°
Size (φ x Length): φ114 x 231mm
Mass: 2.9kg (with Drive Unit) / 2.4kg (without Drive Unit)
*Sensor Size : 27.45 x 15.44mm         
 



14-35mm T2.9 Lightweight Wide-Angle Zoom 


For the period of May 1, 2018 through July 31, 2018, Fujifilm is offering instant savings on the  ZK2.5x14 lens.

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ZK2.5x14 is a wide angle zoom lens with a focal length covering from 14 to 35mm. Thanks to the detachable servo drive unit on the ZK series, the lens can be operated in the same manner as a traditional broadcast ENG-Style lens and accessories. Furthermore, with the servo drive unit removed, traditional cinema manual, or external cine motors for zooming and focusing operation is also available for all models of this series.


With the latest optical simulation technology and high precision large diameter aspherical elements, it has achieved both high optical performance and a lightweight compact body of 2.9kg. Thanks to high resolution from the center to corner, high image quality without image distortion will be exhibited on the large screens of movie theaters.


Feature 

• Outstanding 4K optical performance and compact design

• ENG Style with Detachable Servo Drive Unit

• Super 35mm large format coverage

• Compatible with current broadcast and cine lens accessories

• Natural Bokeh(Blur) thanks to 9-Brads Round Iris

• 16bit encoder for virtual device