Fujifilm Lenses

Fujifilm Broadcast 4K UHD ZOOM Lenses: UA125x8 F1.7 with 8-1,000mm Range and Anti-fogging Design, Handheld UA23x7.6 F1.8 and UA18x6.7 F1.8 Compact

Fujiflm Fujinon UA125x8 F1.7 with 8-1,000mm Range
Fujiflm Fujinon UA125x8 F1.7 with 8-1,000mm Range

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Fujifilm recently introduced the following three new lenses for the UA Series of UHD 4K lenses:

Fujinon UA125x8

Fujinon UA125x8

  • UA125x8 F1.7 with 8-1,000mm Range
Fujinon UA23x7.6 F1.8

Fujinon UA23x7.6 F1.8

  • Handheld UA23x7.6 F1.8
Fujinon UA18x6.7 F1.8

Fujinon UA18x6.7 F1.8

  • Handheld UA18x6.7 F1.8 Compact

Furthermore, the UA46x9.5B zoom is now available.



  • The UA46x zooms are ideal for sports, wildlife, and documentary production.
  • Versions of each lens are available for studio, wildlife, remote-control and gyro-stabilized productions.
  • The UA46x9.5B features a 46x zoom ratio and a wide angle from 9.5~437mm (19~874mm w/2x) with an F2.0 aperture.
  • The “Tele” version UA46x13.5B lens also features a 46x zoom ratio and a telephoto reach from 13.5~621mm (27~1242mm w/2x) with an F2.8 aperture.




Additional 4K UHD Lenses to Make Debut; Latest Speaker Series Highlights Company’s Strength in ENG, House of Worship and Sports Production Markets

Valhalla, N.Y., April 3, 2019 – Several groundbreaking lenses will debut at this year’s NAB (National Association of Broadcasters) convention for the Optical Devices Division of FUJIFILM North America Corporation. Exhibiting in Booth #C7225, the company will introduce three new lenses within its highly regarded UA Series of UHD 4K lenses: the UA125x8 zoom; the UA18x6.7 compact, handheld zoom; and the UA23x7.6 handheld zoom. Fujifilm/FUJINON’s popular NAB Speaker Series, featuring innovators in the fields of live sports and house of worship production, are also among the booth highlights.

The new UA125x8 features a 125x high magnification zoom, covering a focal length from the wide angle of 8mm~1000mm, with an F1.7 aperture. The UA125x is now the longest and widest 4K lens for Ultra HD applications in the FUJINON UA series of UHD 4K zooms. Like others in the series, the new UA125x is designed for unparalleled 4K UHD performance imaging from today’s new 4K 2/3″ Ultra HD cameras.

“This new UA125x zoom has everything on a producer’s wish list for long-distance 4K UHD shooting,” said Thomas Fletcher, Director of Marketing, Optical Devices Division, FUJIFILM North America Corporation. “With its high resolution, high contrast, high dynamic range and our patented optical image stabilization technology, the UA125x captures pristine, rock-steady 4K UHD shots. It can do so at great distances but also features a surprising field of view on the wide end. With an aperture F no. of 1.7, virtual reality connections, and 16-bit encoders, the UA125x8 will soon become the standard for 4K UHD and HD production worldwide. We’re very excited for people to see what this lens can do.”

The UA125x8 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. A proprietary anti-fogging design minimizes lens fogging and reduces downtime due to moisture—a critical concern when shooting in all types of weather conditions.

Designed along the same parameters of the UA107x, UA80x, UA70x and XA99x, the UA125x will have the same digital features: F number limit, Quick Zoom, two-shot presets, a 2x extender, and other precision digital functions increasing production flexibility.

Two other introductions in the UA Series include the UA18x7.6 and UA23x7.6 handheld zooms. The new UA18x7.6 is a compact and cost-effective lens designed for a range of applications, including sports, house of worship, and entertainment production. The UA18x7.6 features a 7.6~137mm focal length plus a 2x extender with an aperture of F1.8, and is easily transportable at 3.5 lbs. The UA23x7.6 is an economical 4K telephoto zoom for studio and field production. The UA23x7.6 has a focal range of 7.6~175mm plus a 2x extender with an aperture of F1.8, and weighs just 4.2 lbs. Both new UA series lenses have HT-EBC coating, as well as the same HDR and 2/3-inch 4K performance as the UA125x8.

After last year’s NAB debut as a prototype, the UA46x9.5B is now available and will be on hand at this year’s show. The newly designed OS-TECH image stabilizer provides the most advanced image stabilization for a lens in this class and makes the UA46x zooms ideal for sports, wildlife, and documentary production. Versions of each lens are available for studio, wildlife, remote-control and gyro-stabilized productions.

In line with the optical performance of the full family of Fujifilm 4K UA 2/3” lenses, the new lenses also feature 4K Ultra HD and HDR optical performance throughout the entire zoom range. The UA46x9.5B features a class-leading 46x zoom ratio and a wide angle from 9.5~437mm (19~874mm w/2x) with an F2.0 aperture. The “Tele” version UA46x13.5B lens also features a class-leading 46x zoom ratio and a telephoto reach from 13.5~621mm (27~1242mm w/2x) with an F2.8 aperture.

On Monday and Tuesday of NAB Show, a speaker series not to be missed includes big names in the live production areas of house of worship and sports. All attendees are encouraged to stop by the Fujifilm/FUJINON booth (#C7225, Central Hall) to sit in on the following discussions:

Monday April 8
“A Clearer Vision: The House of Worship and the Arrival of 4K”
Moderated by Bret Shisler, Regional Manager, FUJIFILM Optical Devices Division
With Panelists:
John Pipes, Director of Media, Joyce Meyers Ministries
Bryan Bailey, Director of Media, Prestonwood Baptist Church
Bryan Williford, Content Creator, Prestonwood Baptist Church

Tuesday April 10
“The Future of Sports Imaging”
Moderated by Ken Kerschbaumer, Executive Director, Sports Video Group

With Panelists:
Dan Turk, Chief Engineer, US Mobile Units, NEP Broadcast Services
Marc Orgera, Vice President and General Manager, F&F, Productions

About Fujifilm
FUJIFILM North America Corporation, a marketing subsidiary of FUJIFILM Holdings America Corporation consists of five operating divisions and one subsidiary company. The Imaging Division provides consumer and commercial photographic products and services, including: photographic paper; digital printing equipment, along with service and support; personalized photo products; film; and one-time-use cameras; and also markets motion picture archival film and on-set color management solutions to the motion picture, broadcast and production industries. The Electronic Imaging Division markets consumer digital cameras, and the Graphic Systems Division supplies products and services to the graphic printing industry. The Optical Devices Division provides optical lenses for the broadcast, cinematography, closed circuit television, videography and industrial markets, and also markets binoculars. The Industrial and Corporate New Business Development Division delivers new products derived from Fujifilm technologies. FUJIFILM Canada Inc. sells and markets a range of Fujifilm products and services in Canada. For more information, please visit www.fujifilmusa.com/northamerica, go to www.twitter.com/fujifilmus to follow Fujifilm on Twitter, or go to www.facebook.com/FujifilmNorthAmerica to Like Fujifilm on Facebook. To receive news and information direct from Fujifilm via RSS, subscribe at www.fujifilmusa.com/rss.

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