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The Fujinon ZA22x7.6BERM-M6 ENG Style Lens with Servo Zoom and M6 is a 7.6-167mm lens, designed to provide 2/3" cameras with a wide to super telephoto angle-of-view. The lens has a 22x zoom ratio, and a 2x extender effectively doubles the focal range. The maximum aperture is a fast f/1.8 at 7.6-120mm and stops down to f/2.6 at 167mm. A 16-bit encoder and a digital servo for zoom control are also included.
Internal focusing minimizes the effects of lens breathing, ensuring a more consistent focal length when making focus adjustments. QuickZoom improves zoom speed to 0.7 seconds end to end. With the push of a button, QuickZoom facilitates a rapid shift to the telephoto end to check focus. Releasing the button automatically returns the lens to the previously selected focal length. The Zoom Limit function purposefully constrains the focal range to only desirable focal lengths.
7.6-167mm 22x zoom lens for 2/3" cameras
Integrated 2x extender
Fast f/1.8 max aperture at 7.6-120mm and f/2.5 at 167mm
16-Bit Encoder and digital servo zoom
Innerfocus, QuickZoom, and Zoom Limit
In the Box
Fujinon ZA22x7.6BERM-M6 ENG Style Lens with Servo Zoom and M6
2-Year Warranty on Parts and Labor
Table of Contents
7.6 - 167 mm
7.6 - 120 mm: f/1.8 (T1.9) 167 mm: f/2.5 (T2.6)
M.O.D. From Image Plane
3.51' (1.07 m)
M.O.D. from Front of Lens
2.62' (0.8 m)
Object Dimensions at M.O.D. (16:9)
7.6 mm: 36.02 x 20.23" (915 x 514 mm) 167 mm: 1.69 x 0.94" (43 x 24 mm)
Angular Field of View (16:9)
7.6 mm: 64°30' x 39°03' 167 mm: 3°17' x 1°51'
M95 (x1), M107 (x1) Note: filter attaches to the lens hood
3.94 x 8.76" (100 x 222.6 mm) Note: without lens hood
3.86 lb (1.75 kg) Note: without lens hood
Fujinon ZA22x7.6BERM-M6 ENG Style Lens with Servo Zoom and M6 Review