With the new SX800, Fujinon combines both in one for the first time: camera and lens. For long range surveillance at the highest level with 40 optical magnification and constantly sharp images thanks to high-speed autofocus and an evolved image stabilisation system.
With the new SX800, FUJINON combines both in one for the first time: camera and lens. For long range surveillance at the highest level with 40x optical magnification and constantly sharp images.
The perfect combination of camera and lens. With optical and electronic image stabilisation, fast autofocus under one second and 40x optical zoom. For maximum reliability in long range surveillance.
The SX800 is equipped with a 40x optical zoom lens that covers a broad range of focal lengths from 20mm on the wide angle end to 800mm on the telephoto end. It is complemented with 1.25x digital zoom to achieve long-range surveillance equivalent to 1000m in focal length.
The SX800 combines optical image stabilization (OIS) and electronic image stabilization (EIS) to accurately compensate for camera shake, typically caused by gusts and footing vibrations at the site of camera installation. The system is particularly effective when shooting in the ultra-telephoto range, which is susceptible to even the slightest of shakes.
In the EIS mode, the SX800 uses a sensor large enough for its lens’s effective diameter to secure full HD resolution (1920 x 1080), thereby delivering footage of premium quality. The combined use with OIS also improves the durability of the image stabilization system substantially.
The on-sensor phase detection AF uses phase detection pixels across the sensor to instantaneously measure distance according to the displacement of incident lights. The SX800 also offers “contrast AF,” which detects areas of high contrast in images at high accuracy, and automatically switches to the optimum AF setting.
The use of the Rear Focus mechanism has significantly reduced the weight of the focusing lens group. This has also dramatically increased the focus drive speed to enable “continuous AF.” Users can choose between “Continuous AF,” “Quick AF” and “Manual Focus” according to the conditions where the camera is used.
The use of the highly sensitive sensor and the effect of advanced noise reduction mean the SX800 can shoot clear footage with minimal noise even in low light conditions.
The SX800 uses a unique imaging technology to bring vivid clarity to hazy images caused by light diffusion with airborne mist droplets and dust.