FUJIFILM Factory Visit – How Lenses & Cameras Are Made

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Fujifilm Factory Visit

Cinema5d had the opportunity to visit Fujifilm’s Japanese Sendai factory, where the Fujinon MK lenses, the Fujifilm X-T2, Fujifilm GFX and more Fujifilm gear is made.

They do not give us information about Fujifilm’s quality check list, how many lenses or cameras are made each day and other things. It is however always nice to take a look inside the factory, and Cinema5D definitely made a nice video out of their factory visit. Really astonishing to see that every lens is “hand made”, screw after screw.

So video-walk through the Sendai factory and see the video here on cinema5D youtube and at their website cinema5d.

Also, check out Fujifilm latest blog post “How Fujifilm Builds Strong, Quality Cameras“. They confirm that “10 percent of all packaged lenses are randomly selected, unpackaged and loaded onto a camera to ensure they’ll operate properly for customers.

And btw… I looked closely to every detail, but I don’t think I have seen a Fujifilm X-H1 in the video ;) .

We have more “factory tours” shared here on FujiRumors. Here is a list of them.

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