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Converted to Fujifilm!

Fujifilm’s MK series of affordable cine zooms may only come in an E-mount at the moment, but two British filmmakers have had theirs converted for use on Micro Four Thirds and Sony FZ mounts to make two new short films.

MTF in the UK and Duclos in the USA convert the MK lenses to fit Micro Four Thirds or Sony FZ fitment, and filmmakers Jim Marks and Alister Chapman have used their services to match up the MK optics to the favourite cameras. In Marks’ case a Panasonic GH5, while Sony specialist Chapman used a Sony F5.

Check out the short films from both, and behind the scenes of what really went on. 

British contemporary artist Stuart Semple talks about how and why he uses paint to express himself from FUJINON Lenses on Vimeo.

Behind the scenes with Jim Marks talking about how the MK lenses helped him to shoot a short documentary film from FUJINON Lenses on Vimeo.

“Fire & Iron” – Adam Boydell explains the different blacksmithing techniques used by Mark Prouse to make a treasure chest from FUJINON Lenses on Vimeo.

Behind the scenes look at Alister Chapman’s short documentary film “Fire & Iron” shot using FUJINON MK lenses and a Sony F5 from FUJINON Lenses on Vimeo.


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