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Marshall Electronics VZPL06 4mm to 20mm f/2.5 Vari-Focal CS-Mount Pinhole Lens

B&H # MAVZPL06 Mfr # V-ZPL-06
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The Marshall V-ZPL06 is a manual vari-focal industrial pinhole lens designed for 1/3" CCD cameras. This lens has a 4-20mm range of focal length with a wide range of view angles. Its aperture wide open is f/2.5, reasonably effective in lower lighting conditions. It can also be used with 1/2" CCD cameras which will give an amazing 120° angle of view at full 4mm wide.

High Quality for Tough Situations
When the camera lens must be hidden from view, a pinhole lens such as this V-ZPL06 provides clean images when they count the most. The Marshall lenses have glass elements for consistent low distortion video. The front element of this lens is about 3 mm in diameter, easily hidden from view. The lens is 4" in length.
Variable Angle of View
The lens at full 4 mm wide provides a wide angle of about 60°. At full extension - 20 mm - the lens shows a horizontal angle of view of about 14°
Mount CS-Mount
Image Format 1/3" CCD
Also fits 1/2" CCD Cameras
Focal Length 4-20 mm
Aperture f/2 to f/12.5
Iris Type Manual
Focus Type Fixed
Horizontal View Angle 61° at 4 mm and 1/3" CCD
14° at 20 mm and 1/3" CCD
Minimum Object Distance (M.O.D.) Not Specified by Manufacturer
Macro No
Dimensions (WxHxD) 0.8 x 0.8 x 4.0"
20 x 20 x 101.6 mm
Weight Not Specified by Manufacturer
Marshall Electronics VZPL06 4mm to 20mm f/2.5 Vari-Focal CS-Mount Pinhole Lens
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