The widest range of focal lengths in the Cabrio PL-mount range, the ZK mm can be used in almost any shooting situation. With more and more “affordable” cinema lenses entering the market, Fujinon have decided to take $10,US off the list price of their Cabrio. Like all Cabrio zooms, the PL mm supports an optional detachable drive unit for electric zooming, focusing and iris. Mounting the unit enables remote.

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For further details see delivery estimates in cart. International orders are processed the next shipping day. Please check your local sales tax laws. Trade In Your Gear for Cash. The Fujinon XKmm T3. The focus, zoom, and iris barrels are geared with standard 0. The detachable drive cabrioo is an ENG-style handgrip with a zoom rocker switch, bit encoding, and an interface for remote control via a wired or wireless controller from Fujinon or other compatible, third party manufacturers.

When the drive unit is attached to the lens, a digital auto-aligning system quickly and accurately calibrates it to the zoom, focus, and iris gears. Power is provided by either an external connector or the PL mount’s interface.

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Update Unrecognized Zip Code. Order in the next 0: Rated 5 out of 5 by GPC from Solid focal range, great build and price point.

Great lens that covers a huge range at a descent T-stop. Matches other Fujinon lenses. Rated 5 out of 5 by Owen from Gorgeous in every respect This is a gorgeous lens, both in the images it produces and the image it projects. But more important are the pictures this lens helps you make — tack sharp and luxuriant color. No complaints at all. I also do not notice any appreciable breathing or chromatic aberration.

There is some barrel and pincushion distortion, noticeable only when shooting rectangular objects straight on, which I have found easy to correct in post. Build quality and physical design are also important for image quality.

The xk is a class act in this regard also. It is built to last, solid, to tight tolerances.

I bought the lens without the servo and never missed having motors. In my style of shooting I almost always have the lens barrel within reach. The action cabrioo iris, focus and zoom are smooth, silent, and well controlled. Within the first days of use, I found that I was easily able with one hand to pull focus while zooming gradually wider on an approaching subject. There are other nice touches, like a very accessible backfocus adjustment and a rudimentary macro capability.

Behind the Lens: Fujinon Cabrio 20-120mm

One thing, though, the lense is heavy-ish, 7. On top of that, the center of gravity seems a bit forward, which accentuates the perception of weight when shooting on your shoulder.


Plan this into your rig. I use this lense on a Black Magic Ursa Mini Pro, whose cabgio is significantly larger than the rated image circle of the Fujinon. Yet even shooting full frame, this lense did surprisingly well.

Fujinon ZKmm T Cabrio Premier Lens (PL Mount) ZKX19

Vignetting is there if you look for it, but for practical purposes this is no problem. When shooting full frame on the UMP there is also some subtle fujiinon at the outer edges of the image, beyond the advertised image circle. Again, this is not a problem.

On the contrary, the psychologic effect is to make the center region of the image pop more. Light transmission maxes out at T3. Considering the Laws of Physics and the Fujinon’s uncompromising build quality, not to mention price point, that’s not bad. If you need more, there is a T2 Fujinon zoom with a great reputation that weighs 2. I recommend this lens without hesitation.

If you invested in a camera capable of excellent images, don’t cheat on glass. Just make sure you rig for it, and make sure you feed your rig enough light.

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