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Tamron 130PC180NT 180-View Panorama Camera with Fish-Eye Lens

Tamron 130PC180NT 180-View Panorama Camera with Fish-Eye Lens

Tamron 130PC180NT 180-View Panorama Camera with Fish-Eye Lens

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Tamron 130PC180NT 180-View Panorama Camera with Fish-Eye Lens

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Product Highlights

  • 180° Wide Angle of View
  • F1.7 High Sensitivity
  • Captures Non-Fish-Eye Images
  • Electronic Pan / Tilt / Zoom
  • Distortion Compensation
  • Compact Design
  • Low Power Consumption
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The Tamron 130PC180NT 180°-View Panorama Camera with Fish-Eye Lens is a type of omni-directional camera equipped with a fish-eye lens. It is a single camera that provides a 180° horizontal angle of view and captures images that are almost completely free of blind spots. This camera features a wide aperture of f/1.7. Proprietary image processing technology corrects any residual distortion in captured images to generate more natural-looking images.

The camera is also equipped with a large variety of additional smart functions, including electronic PTZ, presetting function, and motion detection, to better serve an increasing number of end-user requirements. The camera does not include any electromechanical parts but employs an integrated structure incorporating all elements, from the lens to the camera and software, making the camera highly durable and reliable, and suitable for a wide range of demanding applications. Two types of external covers, round and square, are included for this panorama camera.

180° panoramic view
Provides clear images without blind spots
Proprietary image processing technology corrects any residual distortion in captured
images for natural-looking images
Electronic PTZ, presetting function, and motion detection features
Compact and durable structure
Comes with 2 types of external covers: round and square
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Tamron 130PC180NT 180-View Panorama Camera with Fish-Eye Lens
  • Round-Shaped Cover
  • Square-Shaped Cover
  • 6-Year Warranty
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    Specifications
    Compliance NTSC-compliant
    Image Sensor 1/3.8" progressive CMOS
    Effective Pixels 1.23 MP (1280 x 960 pixels)
    Scanning Frequency Horizontal: 15.73 KHz
    Vertical: 59.94 Hz
    Video Output Composite video signal 1 Vpp 75 Ω, BNC
    Focal Length 1.09 mm
    Aperture F/1.7
    Horizontal Angle of View 180°
    Settings Camera Setting: Set up by PC software
    White Balance AWB / ATW / one push tracking range 2800 to 8000K
    Automatic Gain Control 24 / 30 dB
    Automatic Electronic Shutter (AES) 1/30 to 1/10,000
    Sens-up 4x maximum
    Back Light Compensation On / Off (Select 9 measurement areas)
    AE Level Adjustments Yes (-3 to 3 EV)
    Distortion Compensation: Yes
    Compensation Image Angle of View: Select from horizontal 120° and 180°
    Image Adjustments Saturation / sharpness / brightness / contrast / hue
    PTZ Yes, zoom 4x maximum
    Preset Number of Positions: 9 (fixed positions)
    Preset Sequence: Yes (up to 12 preset positions)
    Motion Detection Yes
    Motion Detection Output: Equivalent to NPN open collector output (maximum: 50 mA)
    Mirroring Yes (horizontal flip)
    ND Filter Switchable On / Off
    Output Motion Detection: Equivalent to NPN open collector output (maximum: 50 mA)
    USB Interface Connection via mini-USB terminal
    Power Supply 12 VDC ±10%
    Power Consumption 3 W
    Operating Temperature Range 14 to 122°F (-10 to 50°C), recommended: 32 to 104°F (0 to 40°C)
    IP Rating IP66 compatible
    Dimensions 2.83 x 2.83 x 1.57" (72 x 72 x 40 mm), (not including cable)
    Weight Approximately 3.53 oz (100 g)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.4 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 6.75 x 5.5 x 4.25"
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