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The F-Mount 1.000x Telecentric Lens from Opto Engineering is designed to fit 35mm format detectors with very high resolution, such as 11, 16, or 29MP. This combination is the typical choice for extremely accurate measurement of large items such as engine parts, glass or metal sheets, PCBs, and electronic components, LCDs, etc. The lens is also suitable for 4k and 8k linescan cameras and can be successfully used to determine the diameter of cylindrical objects such as shafts, turned metal parts, machine tools, etc.
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1.7" (43.3 mm)
Field of View
With 2k x 10 µm Detector 20.48: 20.5 mm With 4k x 7 µm Detector 28.67: 28.7 mm With 8k x 5 µm Detector: 41.0 mm With 36 x 24 mm Detector: 36 x 24 mm With APS-C 28.35 mm diagnoal (w x h: 23.6 x 15.7 mm): 23.6 x 15.7 mm
4.03" (102.6 mm)
Typical (Max.): < 0.03° (0.05°)
Typical (Max.): < 0.02% (0.03%)
Depth of Field
CTF@ 50 lp/mm
Dimensions (L x D)
12.2 x 2.5" (309 x 64 mm)
37 oz (1050 g)
Opto Engineering F-Mount 1.000x Telecentric Lens for 35mm Detectors Review