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Fujinon Fujinon 18 x 7.6mm BEMD

Fujinon 18 x 7.6mm BEMD HDTV standard lens

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Date Expires: 07/03/2019
Item ID: 206318
 

Fujinon 18 x 7.6mm BEMD HDTV standard lens

Fujinon Fujinon 18 x 7.6mm BEMD

Fujinon 18 x 7.6mm BEMD

Fuji 18 x 7.6 is the HDTV standard lens for all high-definition from broadcast news gathering to studio, various applications Equipped with internal focusing and designed using the exclusive optical technology, which optimizes all optical features of the lens. The latest glass materials with high refractive indexes and ultra-low dispersion are used to achieve these objectives. Excellent ramping characteristics combined with minimal ghosting and flare, reduced pumping, minimized longitudinal and lateral chromatic aberrations. The HA18x is a compact light weight lens to cover a wide range of production needs.

  • Standard focal length coverage 7.6-137mm (275mm with extender)

  • HD optical performance

  • Light weight & Compact Design

Model Name

Fuji 18 x 7.6 BEMD

Focal length

1x

7.6-137mm

2x

15.2-274mm

Zoom ratio

18x

Extender

2x

Maximum relative aperture (F-no.)

1 : 1.8 (7.6-103mm) / 1 : 2.4 (137mm)

Minimum object distance (M.O.D.) from front lens

0.6m

Object dimensions at M.O.D.
16 : 9 Aspect ratio

1x

7.6mm 696 x 392mm
137mm 41 x 23mm

2x

15.2mm 326 x 204mm
274mm 21 x 12mm

Angular field of view
16 : 9 Aspect ratio

1x

7.6mm 64°30′ x 39°03′
137mm 4°01′ x 2°15′

2x

15.2mm 35°01′ x 20°07′
274mm 2°00′ x 1°08′

Filter thread

M82 x 0.75

Size (φ x Length)

φ85 x 204mm

Mass (without lens hood)

1.62kg (RM) / 1.69kg (RD)

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