Marshall Electronics 3.6mm 2MP Visible IR Corrected Miniature Lens

BH #MA470362MPVS • MFR #V-4703.6-2MP-VIS-IR
Marshall Electronics 3.6mm 2MP Visible IR Corrected Miniature Lens
Key Features
  • 2MP Resolution M12 Lens Mount
  • Works with HD Board-Level Cameras
  • For Select POV and Lipstick Cameras
  • Fixed Focus and Iris
The Marshall 3.6mm 2MP Visible IR Corrected Miniature Lens features an M12 lens mount used on board-level select POV and lipstick-type cameras. The lens is well suited for day and night use, and it has a fixed f/2.0 aperture that allows it to be used in near-zero visible light. The lens is also IR corrected, allowing it to render a clear image when using invisible IR illumination.
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Marshall Electronics V-4703.6-2MP-VIS-IR Overview

The Marshall 3.6mm 2MP Visible IR Corrected Miniature Lens features an M12 lens mount used on board-level select POV and lipstick-type cameras. The lens is well suited for day and night use, and it has a fixed f/2.0 aperture that allows it to be used in near-zero visible light. The lens is also IR corrected, allowing it to render a clear image when using invisible IR illumination.

This lens holds focus from near-contact to infinity and does not have a focusing mechanism
Lenses with an M12 mount do not incorporate an actual iris, but rather use the optical design to provide an effective lens speed of f/2
UPC: 801813180039

Marshall Electronics V-4703.6-2MP-VIS-IR Specs

Lens MountM12
Sensor Compatibility1/2.7", 1/2.8", 1/2.9", 1/3"
Focal Length3.6mm
Back Focal Length6.4mm
Aperturef/2
Angle of View1/3" Sensor
Diagonal: 105.8°
Horizontal: 80°
Vertical: 58°
1/2.9" Sensor
Diagonal: 120°
Horizontal: 92.6°
Vertical: 54.6°
Focus TypeFixed Focus
Iris TypeFixed
IR CorrectedYes
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.05 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)1 x 0.6 x 0.6"
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is this a fisheye lens?
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I wont be able to check this lens for another few weeks because the cameras are installed on a model to record laboratory testing.The 3.7 mm lens that comes with the camera has a lot of fisheye. A flat surface in the upper part of the camera view looks bent.The 2.8 mm lens has just a very minor amount of fisheye. If you do not point it out to someone most people would not even notice. I used an 8 ft flat steel beam and set the camera distance so that the beam took up 90% of the screen width.
Answered by: Jared S.
Date published: 2018-08-26
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