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Ikegami IK-TV12X0516D 1/3" CS Mount 5-60mm Lens with Auto Iris DC

B&H # IKIKTV12X056 Mfr # IK-TV12X0516D
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You Pay: $117.50
Product Highlights
  • All Glass Elements
  • Metal CS Mount
  • High Contrast/Low Distortion
  • Manual Focus Ring
  • Compact & Lightweight

The Ikegami IK-TV12X0516D is a quality 5-60mm lens suitable for a wide range of CCTV applications. An advanced optical assembly gives it its high contrast and low distortion characteristics while a durable all glass elements and metal CS mount construction ensures long-term dependable performance in a variety of surveillance environments.

Imager Size 1/3"
Mount Type CS
Focal Length 5-60mm
Aperture F1.6-360
Iris Operation Auto Iris DC
Focus Operation Manual
Angle of View 1/3"

Diagonal:65-5.8°
Horizontal: 52.5-4.6°
Vertical: 39.4-3.4°

1/4"

Diagonal: 50.1-4.4°
Horizontal: 39.4-3.5°
Vertical: 30.5-2.6°
Minimum Object Distance (M.O.D.) 0.3m ~ infinity
Filter Size N/A
Dimensions (WxHxD) 1.7 x 1.9 x 2.4" (42 x 47 x 63mm)
Weight 4.3 oz (123 g)
Ikegami IK-TV12X0516D 1/3" CS Mount 5-60mm Lens with Auto Iris DC
  • 5-Year Warranty from Production Month (indicated on the lens)
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