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Fujinon

Fujinon is a brand of optical lenses made by Fujifilm.

Contents

  • 35mm format lenses 1
  • Lenses for the digital Fujifilm X system 2
  • Large format lenses 3
  • Medium format lenses 4
  • Enlarging lenses 5
  • C-Mount Lenses 6
  • Binoculars 7
  • See also 8
  • References 9
  • External links 10

35mm format lenses

Fujinon HK5.3X75 35mm PL mount zoom lens, focal length 75-400 mm.

Lenses for the digital Fujifilm X system

Large format lenses

Fujinon SWD is the wide-angle Fujinon line. These lenses are 8 elements in 6 groups, and have an angle of view of 105°.

  • 65mm 1:5.6 (for 4×5 in)
  • 75mm 1:5.6
  • 90mm 1:5.6 (for 5×7 in)

Fujinon SW is a 6-element, 6-group line, with an angle of view of 100°.

  • 90mm 1:8.0 (for 4×5 in)
  • 105mm 1:8.0 (for 5×7 in)
  • 120mm 1:8.0
  • 125mm 1:8.0

Fujinon-W

  • 125mm 1:5.6
  • 135mm 1:5.6
  • 150mm 1:5.6
  • 150mm 1:6.3
  • 210mm 1:5.6
  • 250mm 1:6.3
  • 250mm 1:6.7

Fujinon CM-W

  • 105mm 1:5.6 (for 4×5 in)
  • 125mm 1:5.6
  • 135mm 1:5.6
  • 150mm 1:5.6 (for 5×7 in)
  • 180mm 1:5.6
  • 210mm 1:5.6
  • 250mm 1:6.3
  • 300mm 1:5.6 (for 8×10 in)
  • 360mm 1:6.5 (for 11×14 in)
  • 450mm 1:8.0

Fujinon A lenses are 6 elements in 4 groups, and have an angle of view of 70°. Some of them are multicoated with Fuji's multicoating, EBC (Electron Beam Coating).

  • 180mm 1:9.0 (for 5×7 in). Image circle at f/22: 252mm
  • 240mm 1:9.0 (for 8×10 in). Image circle at f/22: 336mm
  • 300mm 1:9.0 (for 8×10 in). Image circle at f/22: 420mm
  • 360mm 1:10.0 (for 8×10 in). Image circle at f/22: 504mm

Fujinon C is a line of 4-element, 4-group compact lenses.

  • 300mm 1:8.5 (for 8×10 in)
  • 450mm 1:12.5 (for 11×14 in)
  • 600mm 1:11.5 (for 14×17 in)

Fujinon-L

  • 210mm 1:5.6
  • 420mm 1:8.0

Fujinon T is a 5-element, 5-group line of telephoto designs.

  • 300mm 1:8.0 (for 4×5 in)
  • 400mm 1:8.0 (for 5×7 in)
  • 600mm 1:12.0

Fujinon T EBC for 35mm

  • 400mm f4.5

Soft Focus is a line of 3-element, 3-group soft focus lenses.

  • 180mm 1:5.6
  • 250mm 1:5.6

Medium format lenses

Fujinon GX (M) are lenses for the Fuji GX680 series of cameras.

  • 50mm/1:5.6
  • 65mm/1:5.6
  • 80mm/1:5.6
  • 100mm/1:4.0
  • 115mm/1:3.2
  • 125mm/1:3.2
  • 125mm/1:5.6
  • 135mm/1:5.6
  • 135mm/1:4.0
  • 150mm/1:4.5
  • 180mm/1:5.6
  • 180mm/1:3.2
  • 210mm/1:5.6
  • 250mm/1:5.6
  • 300mm/1:6.3
  • 500mm/1:8.0
  • 190mm/1:8.0 Softfocus
  • 100-200mm/1:5.6 Zoom

Fujinon lenses for the Fuji GX617 camera

  • 90mm
  • 105mm
  • 180mm
  • 300mm[1]

Enlarging lenses

Fujinar-E

  • 50mm 1:4.5
  • 75mm 1:4.5
  • 105mm 1:4.5

Fujinon-ES is a 4-element line, using a Tessar design.

  • 75mm 1:4.5
  • 90mm 1:4.5
  • 135mm 1:4.5

Fujinon-EP are high-quality enlarging lenses with 6 elements in 4 groups

  • 38mm 1:4.5
  • 50mm 1:3.5
  • 75mm 1:5.6
  • 90mm 1:5.6
  • 135mm 1:5.6

Fujinon-EX consist of 6 elements in 4 groups with Fuji's multicoating, EBC (Electron Beam Coating)

  • 50mm 1:2.8, flange mounting screws: 39 P=1/26"
  • 75mm 1:4.5, flange mounting screws: 39 P=1/26"
  • 90mm 1:4.5, flange mounting screws: 39 P=1/26"
  • 135mm 1:5.6, flange mounting screws: 53 P=0.75


C-Mount Lenses

"Fujinon-TV" CCTV Lenses: Manual Fixed for 1" sensors [2]

  • 8mm 1:1.8 CF8A
  • 12.5mm 1:1.4 CF12.5A
  • 25mm 1:0.85 CF25L
  • 25mm 1:1.4 CF25B
  • 50mm 1:0.7 CF50L
  • 50mm 1:1.4 CF50B
  • 75mm 1:1.8 CF75A

Binoculars

  • Mariner XL Series
  • Nautilus Series
  • Poseidon Series
  • Polaris Series
  • Techno-Stabi
  • Stabiscope

See also

References

  1. ^ [2]
  2. ^ http://www.capraoptical.com/products/fuji/manfixed1.html

External links

  • Fujinon Website
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