Tamron CS-Mount 4-13mm Varifocal Lens with P-Iris

BH #TAM118VP413R • MFR #M118VP413IRCS
Tamron CS-Mount 4-13mm Varifocal Lens with P-Iris
Key Features
  • CS Mount
  • 4-13mm Focal Length, f/1.5 Maximum
  • Near-IR Corrected
  • Manual Zoom & Focus with Lock
The CS-Mount 4-13mm Varifocal Lens with P-Iris from Tamron is a CS-mount lens for use with CCTV network cameras up to 5MP. It supports sensor sizes up to 1/1.8". Near-IR correction enables the lens to avoid focus shift and infrared bleed.
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Tamron M118VP Overview

The CS-Mount 4-13mm Varifocal Lens with P-Iris from Tamron is a CS-mount lens for use with CCTV network cameras up to 5MP. It supports sensor sizes up to 1/1.8". Near-IR correction enables the lens to avoid focus shift and infrared bleed.

UPC: 725211940173

Tamron M118VP Specs

Lens MountCS
Sensor Compatibility1/1.8" (5 MP)
Focal Length4 to 13mm
Back Focal Length15.235mm
Angle of View1/1.8" Sensor
Horizontal: 105.4 to 33°
Vertical: 77.6 to 24.8°
1/2" Sensor
Horizontal: 91.7 to 29°
Vertical: 67.9 to 21.8°
1/3" Sensor
Horizontal: 67.9 to 21.8°
Vertical: 50.6 to 16.3°
Minimum Focus DistanceFrom Image Plane: 0.98' / 0.3 m
Focus TypeManual Focus
Iris TypeP-Iris
IR CorrectedYes
Operating Temperature-4 to 140°F / -20 to 60°C
Dimensions (ø x L)2.54 x 3.49" / 64.5 x 88.7 mm
Weight6.07 oz / 172 g

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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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