No, we are not messing around with you. FUJIFILM has developed the broadcast zoom lens ‘FUJINON HZK25-1000mm’, which boasts the world’s highest 40x zoom and the world’s longest focal length of 1000mm.
Following many years of developing and supplying broadcast lenses that address broadcast camera operators’ refined needs, Fujifilm became the first in the world to release a 4K-compatible broadcast lens in 2015. Ever since, Fujifilm has established a lineup of 8K-compatible broadcast lenses to lead the industry in raising video image quality.
The new HZK25-1000mm is a broadcast zoom lens that uses optical technology, to provide the world’s highest zoom and the world’s longest focal length and its dual format design supports two types of large sensors. The lens normally works with the Super 35mm sensor, and also supports a sensor equivalent to 35mm full frame by way of activating the built-in expander to expand the image circle by 1.5 times. On the wide-angle side, the lens provides F2.8 aperture, enabling cinematic visual expressions. Additionally, when using large-diameter aspherical lens and fluorite lens controls, it is possible to achieve optical performance which exceeds 4K.
The new FUJINON HZK25-1000mm’s main features:
- World’s highest 40x zoom and world’s longest focal length of 1000mm
- Supporting the Super 35mm sensor and a sensor equivalent to 35mm full frame
- Cinematic visual expressions with beautiful bokeh
- Latest image-stabilization mechanism
- Operations involving zoom demand and focus demand