Fujinon ENG Zoom Lens Seminar
Thursday, October 11th, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
Light Lunch will be served

Ever wonder why you would want to spend $46,000 on a lens when there’s one that seems basically the same for $8,000?

We have a unique opportunity to play with three similar lenses with very different price points:




All are from Fujinon, all have similar focal lengths, and all use the same accessories.

It’s tricky when putting together a system to know how much money to budget toward your lenses.  They have a much longer lifetime that most of your camera gear, so sometimes spending more money on lenses makes sense.  “You get what you pay for” isn’t the greatest advice, but sometimes that’s all we can tell you as sales people.  Here’s your chance to see the differences with your own eyes and decide what level makes the most sense for your needs and budget.  Alan Tanielian, our very knowledgeable Fujinon rep, will be on hand to answer your questions and talk about your applications.

BONUS – what good is a lens without a camera?  So we will have two studio cameras here as well:

DOUBLE BONUS – we will also have (and Alan is happy to talk about) the large sensor cine zoom lenses as well:

There are also some interesting developments for these lenses such as Chrosziel motor drives for the MK series and a manual version of the 20-120 PL mount lens.

FUJINON zoom lenses have been used on major feature films ranging from Tomorrowland (Claudio Miranda, ASC) to Avatar (Mauro Fiore, ASC), to Jupiter Ascending (John Toll, ASC); and on TV shows such as The Last Ship (Rodney Charters, ASC CSC) and Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll (Bill Nielsen).

RSVP to margiez@zsyst.com