The FUJINON MK SERIES

The MK Series of 4K Cine zoom lenses achieve high optical performance and low distortion with T2.9 speed across the entire zoom range. Super 35mm/APS-C sensor compatibility and E/X mount dedicated design have led to the MK lens series’ advanced optical performance, ultra-compact and lightweight design, and excellent cost performance.

Designed from the ground up to work as Cine lenses, the MK lenses do not exhibit focus breathing, are parfocal and have smooth, mechanical iris and focus. Finally, the price makes them perfect for emerging or independent film-makers looking to invest in dedicated Cine glass.

WATCH & LEARN WHAT SETS THE MK LENSES APART FROM STILL LENSES

THE RANGE

BOTH LENSES FEATURE:

  • Suppressed focus shift and optical axis shift while zooming and lens breathing while focusing
  • Outstanding optical performance and low distortion with T2.9 speed across the entire zoom range
  • Fully manual lens rings for focus, zoom, and iris with Cine standard gear pitch
  • 200° focus rotation angle for accurate yet comfortable focusing
  • Seamless mechanical iris to avoid vibrations and clicking noise
  • Weigh approx 980g and have identical dimensions, front diameter (85mm), filter diameter (82mm) and gear ring positions, making it quick and easy to switch lenses, even when using third party additional Cine accessories such as follow focus units.
  • Flange focal length adjustment function

EXPLORE MORE ON THE MK SERIES

Realizing Cinelens Weighing Less than 1kg

Development story of MK Series

A New Era Captured by the FUJINON MK Series

Cinematographer Yoshihiro Enatsu talks about the usability and creativity of MK lenses

The MK Series Creates a New Digital Cinema World

Cinematographer Yoshihiro Enatsu tells what makes MK Series attractive

Cinematographer Tells Us the Story of What Makes MK Series Attractive

Cinematographer Maejima Kazuo tells us the story of what makes MK lens attractive

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ADITPK x Street Photography

Behind the scene footage of Indonesian photographer ADITPK shot with Fujinon MK18-55mm T2.9 and PXW-FS7

Features of FUJINON MK series

Introduction movie for features of MK series, MK18-55mm and new MK50-135mm

Features of FUJINON MK series - New MK50-135mm

Cinematographer Yoshihiro Enatsu from Marimo Records tested the Fujinon MK cine lens series

MK50-135mm T2.9 Footage Shot by Philip Bloom

The footage shot by Philip Bloom in London with a MK50-135mm T2.9 lens and FS7

Behind the scenes of MK50-135mm footage - Shot by Philip Bloom

Behind the scenes with Philip Bloom creating the footage using a MK50-135mm T2.9 lens

spirit of beauty -Nanto shot with Fujinon MK18-55mm T2.9

Footage by cinematographer Taishi Hirokawa with with Fujinon MK18-55mm T2.9 and PXW-FS7

FUJINON MK Lens Introduction movie

Introduction movie of FUJINON MK lens

FUJINON MK Lens - Image movie

Edo Arts shot with MK18-55mm T2.9

FUJINON MK Lens - Image movie making

Behind the scene of FUJINON MK Lens - Image movie

MK18-55mm T2.9 Footage Shot by Philip Bloom

The footage shot by Philip Bloom in Gran Canaria using a MK18-55mm T2.9 lens and FS7, FS5 and A7S II

Behind the scenes - Shot by Philip Bloom

Behind the scenes with Philip Bloom creating the footage using a MK18-55mm T2.9 lens

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