Tamron M118VP413IR C-Mount 4-13mm f/1.5 Varifocal Lens

BH #TA118413155M • MFR #M118VP413IR
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Tamron M118VP413IR C-Mount 4-13mm f/1.5 Varifocal Lens
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Tamron M118VP413IR Overview

The M118VP413IR C-Mount 4-13mm f/1.5 Varifocal Lens from Tamron supports 5MP resolution and near-IR bandwidth with P-iris. With a wide aperture of f/1.5, it helps capture images in varying light conditions.

Compatible with 5MP, C-mount cameras with 1/1.8" sensors
Light transmission with a wide aperture of f/1.5
Designed for minimal degradation in image quality in night surveillance mode
Coverage from wide angle (115.8°) to medium telephoto (35.9°) with aspect ratio 16:9
UPC: 725211917403

Tamron M118VP413IR Specs

Imager Size1/1.8"
Mount TypeC
Focal Length4-13mm
Aperture Rangef/1.5-close
Angle of View (HxV)1/1.8
Wide: 105.4° x 77.6°, Tele: 33.0° x 24.8°
1/2
Wide: 91.7° x 67.9°, Tele: 29.0° x 21.8°
1/3: Wide: 67.9° x 50.6°, Tele: 21.8° x 16.3°
Focusing Range0.3 m - ∞
OperationFocus: Manual with lock
Zoom: Manual with lock
Iris: P-iris
Back Focus (in air)15.235 mm (in air)
WavelengthVisible light - near infrared
Operating Voltage3-5 V
Operating Temperature-4 to 140°F (-20 to +60°C)
Dimensions2.53 x 3.27" (64.5 x 83.1 mm)
Weight5.89 oz (167 g)
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.55 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)4.4 x 3.5 x 3.3"
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I have a video camera C mount, 1/1.8 CMOS, 1280 x 1024, USB3; with this lens, at the minimum distance (0.3 m.) which are the maximum and minimum areas that I can see onto a monitor? Is suitable this lens for my video camera? Thanks a lot.
Asked by: Vittorio C.
At 4 mm you will get 1.20 ft. width. At 13 mm you will get 0.37 ft width. As for your image that you are trying to get, it depends on the camera and what the focusing distance will be. You might want to check with the manufacturer.
Answered by: Zev B
Date published: 2018-08-26
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