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The Optical Devices Division of Fujifilm has crafted a 220.5mm long, 1.98kg broadcast lens that is capable of supporting 4K production, the UA24x7.8. This new lens features 24x high magnification zoom and covers a focal length from 7.8mm to 187mm. Fujifilm describes it as the worlds smallest and lightest broadcast lens for 4K production.
 
 

The UA24x provides advanced optical performance, with 4K compatibility, throughout the entire zoom range. It features Fujifilm’s High Transmittance Electron Beam Coating multi-layer coating for a high level of transmittance and color reproduction. The lens can also shoot in HDR.

With the addition of the UA24x7.8 lens, Fujinon’s Premier UA series of 4K 2/3-inch lenses now totals eight models.

Fujifilm plans to release the UA24x7.8 lens in January 2018.



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