The new FUJIFILM flagship UA Series of 4K 2/3” lenses is the world-first for Ultra HD Broadcast applications. The UA22x8 delivers true 4K optical quality which is a hallmark FUJINON “ZK series” of cine lenses. The optical quality is based on large diameter aspherical elements designed by their latest optical simulation system. Also, the lens achieves 4K UHD optical performance from center to corner throughout the zoom range while suppressing image distortion due to a multi-group zoom system. Designed to produce the ultimate performance from today’s new 4K 2/3” Ultra HD cameras.
The UA22x8 employs the latest High Transmittance Electron Beam Coating (HT-EBC) resulting in richer colors and greatly improved blue response and transmittance. HT-EBC, coupled with Fujifilm’s exclusive Aspheric Technology, reduces ghost and flare and increases light transmission.
The UA22x8 features the latest generation Servo Drive Unit with highly accurate16 bit encoders. Digital servo zoom & focus for full servo studio control, robotics, jibs, tower cams, teleconferencing and other applications where remote control of zoom, focus and iris via RS-232 serial data or traditional analog control is desired.
- With broadcasting technology rapidly converting to digital, Fujinon has developed a new digital servo control system, DIGI POWER, to enhance the performance of its zoom lenses
- Provide 13-bit accuracy in zoom and focus control as well as a variety of new functions
- RS232 connector in the lens provides a connection between the lens and a PC, or other control device, for external control
- Function has made it possible to control the lens functions with the high degree of accuracy and reliability needed for virtual studio and other robotic applications
- Quick Zoom speed is improved to 0.7 seconds end to end
- Quick Zoom provides for a rapid zoom movement to the telephoto position to check focus with the simple push of a button
- Releasing the button returns the lens to the previously selected zoom position
- Quick Zoom can now be performed remotely from the ERD-T22 and ERD-10A-D01