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Koerner Camera Keeps Portland/Seattle on the Cinematic Cutting Edge With NEW Fujinon PL SERIES Zoom Lenses

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WAYNE, N.J., March 23, 2010 – Koerner Camera Systems, the foremost film and digital rental house in the Pacific Northwest, recently purchased the Fujinon PL Series 18-85mm/T2.0 zoom lens. With locations in Portland, Ore. and Seattle, Wash., Koerner offers Fujinon lenses exclusively for 2/3 inch HD. The purchase of the PL Series 18-85mm/T2.0 signifies an investment in the next generation of digital lenses that will work with new digital cameras as well as film cameras.

“Fujinon has taken the latest technology and put it to use for the new digital cameras that are coming out now,? said Michael Koerner, owner of Koerner Camera Systems. “It’s going to be in high demand. I’m confident it will be used across the country on features, episodic television, and commercials for many years to come.?

The PL Series 18-85mm/T2.0 is a true T2, Koerner added. “A lot of lenses claim to be a certain T stop or F stop, but are not,? he explained. “Also, there is minimal chromatic aberration. The lens doesn’t flare at all, like traditional lenses, and there is no breathing.?

As early adopters of cutting-edge lens design, Koerner is banking on the robust Fujinon lens and its user-friendly nature. The PL Series 18-85mm/T2.0 fits on any PL mount camera, such as the RED ONE and Sony F35 CineAlta. Plus, the lens fits on all of Koerner’s 35mm and Super 16mm film cameras. “From that standpoint it has a lot of potential avenues for years,? Koerner noted.

Designed for the latest digital cinematography cameras, the 18-85mm/T2.0 and 75-400mm/T2.8-T3.8 are the first models from Fujinon’s new PL Series of zoom lenses. Two additional models, offering focal ranges of 14.5-45mm/T2.0 and 24-180mm/T2.6, will be available in the next few months. The PL Series features the fastest T speeds available in a family of zooms, with unprecedented color-matched 4K optical performance. All four zooms are similar in size and weight, and the consistent gear placement and front barrel diameters (136mm) enable quick and efficient lens changes.

About Fujinon

Fujinon is a major manufacturer and distributor of optics and lens assemblies for the broadcast, digital cinema, and industrial markets. The company’s line of television zoom lenses are used in virtually every segment of the broadcast industry, including electronic newsgathering, studio and field production, and high definition television. For more information about Fujinon broadcast and communications products, call 973-633-5600 or visit our web site at www.fujinon.com/DigitalCinema.

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