Leftfield Group Relies On Fujinon Lenses
New York-based full service production group Leftfield Entertainment produces everything from reality shows and documentaries to historical programs. For numerous recent productions, the company has counted on Fujinon Cabrio PL lenses, including the 19-90mm and 85-300mm optics.
Leftfield Pictures, a Leftfield Entertainment company, has used Fujinon Cabrio lenses for a number of productions for History Channel shows, including Pawn Stars, Counting Cars, Alone and American Restoration. The production company also used Fujinon lenses to shoot Cutting It: In the ATL, a show on WE tv that follows four headstrong salon owners.
The crew for Leftfield Pictures recently relied on two Fujinon 19-90mm lenses and one 85-300mm lens on two Sony F55 cameras for production of Football Town: Barrow, Alaska. Following the Barrow High School Whalers’ football season as they train in the harsh Alaskan weather, the eight-episode documentary series aired on the NFL Network this fall.
The FYI channel’s Tiny House original series, which celebrates the global trend of extreme downsizing and tiny living and includes the shows Tiny House Nation, Tiny House Hunting and Tiny House World, have all been produced by another part of Leftfield Entertainment’s group, Loud TV, using Fujinon Cabrio lenses. Tiny House World is the newest edition to the Tiny House franchise and is set to premiere on Nov. 21.
Outpost Entertainment, a Leftfield Entertainment company based in Los Angeles, has also relied on Fujinon’s Cabrio lenses in recent productions. The company used the lenses to shoot Forged in Fire, a competition series featuring world-class bladesmiths recreating some of history’s most iconic edged weapons. The show aired last summer on the History Channel.