Fujinon ZA17x7.6BERM 17x 2/3" HDTV Lens

Fujinon ZA17x7.6BERM 17x 2/3" HDTV Lens

Fujinon ZA17x7.6BERM 17x 2/3" HDTV Lens

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Fujinon ZA17x7.6BERM 17x 2/3" HDTV Lens

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Fujinon 7.6-130mm overview

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The Fujinon ZA17x7.6BERM is a high quality 17x 2/3" lens designed to be used on 2/3" HD camcorders. Known for their high build quality and precision optics, Fujinon lenses have become the industry standard for professional video applications all over the world. The focal-length range is 7.6-130mm with a minimum object distance of 0.6 m; or about 2 feet. The lens also incorporates a 2x extender giving a maximum focal length of 260mm. In addition to unmatched image quality, the lens is also equipped with a wide array of extra features, including both DigiPower servo controls and QuickZoom.

QuickZoom Technology
The lens has added capability when zooming, using the QuickZoom switch. At the touch of a button, the lens can move to full telephoto in less than a second. This provides a no-hassle way of verifying focus.
High Definition Ready
Many high definition cameras are hamstrung by insufficient optics. Electronic News Gathering (ENG) lenses are traditionally built to accommodate standard definition video cameras. This lens is designed specifically with high definition in mind. The optics increase fidelity, making sure HD footage is crystal clear.
Integral 2x Extender
For instant close-up shots the lens has a switch which inserts an element that doubles the focal length at any point in the zoom range. Instead of using the zoom function the extender gives immediate close up images.
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Fujinon ZA17x7.6BERM 17x 2/3" HDTV Lens
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    Fujinon 7.6-130mm specs

    Mount Bayonet
    Image Format 2/3" CCD
    Focal Length 7.6-130mm (27x Zoom)
    15.2-260mm (2x Extender)
    Aperture 1.8 at 7.6-102mm
    2.3 at 130mm
    Iris Type Manual
    Focus Type Manual
    Horizontal View Angle 64° at 7.6mm
    4° at 130mm
    Minimum Object Distance (M.O.D.) 2' (0.6 m)
    Macro Standard
    Dimensions (WxHxD) 3.3 x 3.3 x 8" (8.5 x 8.5 x 20.4cm)
    82mm Filter Screw
    Weight 3.8 lbs (1.5kg)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 5.65 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 13.0 x 9.3 x 7.7"

    Fujinon 7.6-130mm reviews

    ZA17x7.6BERM 17x 2/3" HDTV Lens is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Nice lens but breathes when focusing This lens is a sharp and fast lens that is very well suited for HD production. We use it with a Panasonic 2700 Varicam. The only complaint I have about its design is that it zooms in and out when the focus is changed. It is a very noticeable and extreme amount of breathing. We also own a Fujinon HA16x6.3BERM, and it does not breath. There is a big price difference between the two lenses, but the extra wide angle and the solid focusing make it the better choice for our production. Also keep in mind that the BERD versions of these lenses come with an additional focus servo. So if you want to use a professional digital zoom and focus controller setup, consider the BERD lenses over the BERM.
    Date published: 2011-01-17
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Crystal Clear images on our new PDW-700 The Sony rep told us that the ZA17x7.6 HD Lens would produce cleaner images than our XA series lens and he was right. It was well worth the extra $$ to buy this new lens for our XDHD cameras.
    Date published: 2009-07-06
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