FUJIFILM 4K Lenses Capture Historic Moment in Time at the Coronation of Filipe IV

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King Felipe VI was born  in 1968 as heir apperent, until the abdication of his father King Juan Carlos, he held  the title of Prince of Asturias. He succeeded to the throne of Spain on 19 June 2014.

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The recent 4K production of this  historic moment  at the coronation Filipe IV was a collaboration between  Sony, TVE, Xeltec and Fujinon. On site there were two Sony F-55 equiped with Fujinon Cabrio ZK4.7x19 and ZK3.5x85 4K UHD lenses at the Hall of Columns at the Royal Palace of Madrid.

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Comments: Thanks to their great optical performance, which guarantees the best results in terms of brightness and optical resolution definition, 4K  ZK Series lenses provided the perfect combination of quality and versatility required to cover the most important event in recent  Spanish history.

The 4K PL-mount 19-90mm Cabrio (ZK4.7x19) and 85-300mm (ZK3.5x85) feature an exclusive detachable servo drive unit, making them suitable for use as  standard PL cine lens or as an ENG-Style lens. The ZK Series also feature flange focal distance adjustment, macro function, and are   LDS (Lens Data System) and i/metadata compatible. With focal ranges from 14.5 to 300mm the ZK-Series are extremly light-weight starting at only 2.7kg including servo motors and drive unit, the lenses have the longest focal range available in  their class.

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Videographers used to shooting video in a typical ENG-style will be very comfortable with the full servo function; as all ZK-Series (Cabrio) lenses can be controlled using standard Fujinon control kits or cinema industry standard wireless controllers for zoom and focus functions.

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About FUJIFILM Corporation
FUJIFILM Corporation is one of the major operating companies of FUJIFILM Holdings. Since its founding in 1934, the company has built up a wealth of advanced technologies in the field of photo imaging, and in line with its efforts to become a comprehensive healthcare company, Fujifilm is now applying these technologies to the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases in the Medical and Life Science fields. Fujifilm is also expanding growth in the highly functional materials business, including flat panel display materials, and in the graphic systems and optical devices businesses.

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Nowadays Fujifilm entities operate in about 50 group companies in Europe and employ approximately 5,000 people engaged in R&D, manufacturing, sales, and service support. Throughout Europe they serve a range of industries including medical, chemical, graphic arts, electronic materials, optics, recording media and photographic technologies. FUJIFILM Europe GmbH (Duesseldorf, Germany) acts as Strategic Headquarters for the region and supports its group companies in Europe by formulating marketing and corporate strategies.

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