Fujifilm XF 18-120mm f/4 LM PZ WR Lens
Fujifilm XF 18-120mm f/4 LM PZ WR Lens
- X-Mount Lens/APS-C Format
- 27-183mm (35mm Equivalent)
- Aperture Control from Camera
- Stepless Control from Select Cameras
- Aperture Range: f/4 to f/22
- Power Zoom Mechanism; Internal Zoom
- Aspherical and ED Elements
- Linear Autofocus Motor
- Weather-Sealed & Front Fluorine Coating
- Rounded 7-Blade Diaphragm
- 72mm Filter Diameter
A standard zoom purpose-built for content creators and image-makers with a penchant for motion, the Fujifilm XF 18-120mm f/4 LM PZ WR Lens covers a versatile focal length range and features an inspired design for intuitive control over zoom, focus, and aperture adjustment from the camera body. This zoom is the first X Series lens built in collaboration with FUJINON cine and broadcast lens designers and is a go-to all-around lens choice for video and motion applications.
Fujifilm XF 18-120MM F/4 LM PZ WR LENS SUMMARY
Designed as the first dedicated professional Cinema and broadcast lens for X System cameras, the Fujifilm XF 18-120mm f/4 LM PZ WR Lens offers a versatile focal width equivalent to 27-183mm range (full-frame format). The XF 18-120mm includes a number of video-centric features which set this model apart from other X-mount lenses to accompany the launch of the flagship hybrid X-H2S Mirrorless Camera.
Videographers gain a seamless recording experience through a variable power zoom, smooth manual focus and stepless aperture adjustments. A conventional focus ring provides manual focus control while an innovative new zoom lever also offers variable zoom speed.
- Fujifilm’s first dedicated cinema and broadcast lens for X system cameras
- 35mm Equivalent Focal Length of 27-183mm
- Variable power zoom with zoom lever
- Smooth MF with seamless switching between continuous autofocus and manual focus
- Stepless aperture adjustments
- Internal zooming mechanism for stable balance and weight distribution with a gimbal
- Excellent results from 15 elements in 12 groups including 3 aspherical and 3 ED lens elements
- Lightweight zoom lens weighing just 470g
- Two custom function buttons
- Compact 72mm thread for any filter
Fujifilm XF 18-120MM F/4 LM PZ WR LENS IN MORE DETAIL
SWITCH FROM CONTINUOUS AF TO MANUAL AF WHILE RECORDING
The Fujifilm XF 18-120mm f/4 LM PZ WR Lens allows you to focus on your creativity through full control over the creative process. Control zoom, aperture settings and focusing with seamless switching between continuous autofocus and manual focus during recording (with the latest camera firmware). This enables you to capture perfectly sharp results when adjusting focus.
CONSISTENT WEIGHT DISTRIBUTION FOR GIMBAL MOUNTING
Zoom lenses aren’t typically used with gimbal stabilisation devices because changing the lens’ focal length can affect its centre of gravity resulting in changing balance. Thanks to compact dimensions and an internal zooming mechanism, the XF18-120mm F4 R LM PZ WR is an ideal solution for gimbal use because the physical length doesn’t change when zooming. This allows the filmmaker to employ just one lens for a variety of focal widths while remaining stable on a gimbal.
MINIMAL FOCUS BREATHING WITH SMOOTH AND CONTINUOUS IRIS CONTROL
The XF 18-120mm f/4 LM PZ WR Lens is perfect for a broad range of motion production applications thanks to an equivalent focal width of 27-183mm in 35mm full-frame format, a close minimum focusing distance of 60cm throughout the zoom range and near-silent operation. Minimal focus breathing, stepless aperture control and a constant f/4 aperture add to the lens versatility for videography in a range of conditions. This allows you to pull focus, make precise adjustments to iris or change focal length without causing any noticeable distractions to the recorded footage.
DESIGNED FOR ANY SHOOTING ENVIRONMENT
The XF 18-120mm F4 R LM PZ WR is always ready for use outdoors with a weather-resistant design and fluorine-coated front and rear elements, designed to repel dust and moisture from the lens surfaces, while also making them easy to clean. This enables filmmakers to work in wet or dusty conditions, shoot during temperatures as low as -10°C and focus on making content anywhere.
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