Tamron C-Mount 50mm f/2.8-32 2/3" Machine Vision Fixed-Focal Lens

BH #TAM23FM50 • MFR #M23FM50
Tamron C-Mount 50mm f/2.8-32 2/3" Machine Vision Fixed-Focal Lens
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Tamron M23FM Overview

The C-Mount 50mm f/2.8-32 2/3" Machine Vision Fixed-Focal Lens from Tamron is specifically designed for use with 2/3" sensor cameras. The optimized focus lock screws ensure that the object being captured is not distorted. The vibration- and shock-resistant design maintains the initial optical parameters. Designed to match the performance of pixel pitch 2.5µm sensors, the lens allows the camera to deliver high resolution from center to periphery (image height 90%).

Designed to match pixel pitch 2.5 µm sensors, the lens realizes high resolution from the center to the periphery (image height 90%)
Minimum object distance (MOD) of 5.9"
Low distortion
6 iris blades maintain the same performance as 8 blades through a unique iris blade design
Optimized focus lock screws
Metal mount and components for high durability
Vibration and shock-resistant design maintains the optical performance
Innovative mechanics enable the focus rotation to be larger and reduces troublesome focus adjustment
Compact size suitable for versatile applications
UPC: 725211917236

Tamron M23FM Specs

Imager Size2/3"
Focal Length50 mm
Aperture Rangef/2.8-32
Field of ViewH x V: 10.1 x 7.6°
Minimum Object Distance (M.O.D.)5.90" (15.00 cm)
Focusing Range0.49' (0.15 m) to infinity
OperationFocus: Manual with Lock Screw
Iris: Manual with Lock Screw
Filter SizeM49 P=0.75
WavelengthVisible Light
Back Focus (in air)13.68 mm
Operating Temperature14 to 158°F (-10 to +70°C)
Dimensions (Ø x L)2.24 x 3.47" (57.00 x 88.25 mm)
Weight13.19 oz (374.00 g)
Packaging Info
Package Weight1 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.7 x 3.1 x 3"
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can this lens magnify object kept at 100mm to 5x ?
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