The Fujinon Cabrio 25-300mm T3.5 provides with a huge versatility and a huge focal range from 25mm to 300mm (12x). It has a PL mount with LDS and /i technology compatible electronics. The aperture remains constant until 273mm, then it loses half a stop (T3.85).
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The Fujinon Cabrio 25-300 T3.5 lens is the largest zoom in the Cabrio Premiere line with an astonishing 12x zoom factor. It has an almost constant aperture of T3.5 -when it gets to 273mm, which is almost its long tele end, it loses less than half a stop closing its iris to T3.85.
Being a lens that belongs to the Cabrio line, it shares some specs with the rest of the products of that range: it is designed to perfectly work on ultra high definition workflows (4K), it covers Super35 sensors, it features a PL mount with electronic connections (LDS and /i compatible), its zoom ring turns 120º and it is possible to adjust its flange focal distance without having to use shims.
Besides, this Fujinon can be remotely controlled using a servo drive that couples to the 3 zoom's rings (focal lenght, aperture and focus). All three rings are designed with the 0.8 standard gear and move smoothly and seamlessly, both when being used by hand or through the drive. The focus ring turns 280º allowing for a more confortable focus pulling. The minimum focusing distance of this Fujinon 25-300mm T3.5 Cabrio is 1.2m but there is a macro switch that allows you to focus on closer objects (up to 0.59m).
Its focal range changes the field of view from 57º32'@25mm to 5º14'@300mm (measuring the horizontal angle).
The design and disposition of its internal elements grant a high resistance to flares and ghosting artefacts as well as a cinematographic look with clean and natural colors and soft skin tones.
The Fujinon Cabrio 25-300 T3.5 is a compact yet powerful zoom. Packing high performance with huge versatility, it's an ideal choice for documentary and ENG-like productions where one would not want to sacrifice a cinematographic look.