Tamron 13FM08IR 1/3" 8mm F/1.2 CS-Mount Infrared Lens

Tamron 13FM08IR 1/3" 8mm F/1.2 CS-Mount Infrared Lens

Tamron 13FM08IR 1/3" 8mm F/1.2 CS-Mount Infrared Lens

B&H # TA812ML MFR # 13FM08IR
Tamron 13FM08IR 1/3" 8mm F/1.2 CS-Mount Infrared Lens

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Designed for 24-hour operation, the Tamron 13FM08IR CS-mount lens uses an infrared optical system to enhance overall brightness and clarity in all lighting conditions and can be used for both Day/Night cameras and conventional B/W cameras sensitive to both visible and near infrared light.

IR
Uses special infrared optics to enhance brightness and sharpness in all lighting conditions.
Multi Layer Coating
Eliminates ghosting and glare caused by adverse back-lit situations.
Lock Mechanism
A focus ring locking mechanism prevents shifting once the lens is mounted.
Slip Mount
Allows lens rotation after mounting. This enables an accurate iris reading based on the camera's mounting position.
UPC: 725211939238
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Tamron 13FM08IR 1/3" 8mm F/1.2 CS-Mount Infrared Lens
  • 2 Year parts & labor warranty
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    • 1Description
    Application CCTV Cameras
    Imager Size 1/3"
    Focal Length 8mm
    Mount Type CS
    Iris Range F/1.2 to Close
    Iris Operation Manual
    Focus Operation Manual
    Angle of View 1/3": 34.5° x 25.7°
    1/4": 25.7° x 19.2°
    Focusing Range 0.2m ~ INF
    Effective Diameter 15.2mm/10.5mm
    Back Focus 9.89mm
    Filter Size N/A
    Operating Temperature 4 - 140 F
    -20 ~ +60 C
    Weight 1.2 oz
    35 g
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.15 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 2.835 x 2.835 x 1.811"
    13FM08IR 1/3" 8mm F/1.2 CS-Mount Infrared Lens is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Very soft focus unless stopped down significantly I was looking for a lower cost prime lens than a variable Computar lens that I had been using. This lens is definitely brighter in low light but the cost is soft focus. I had to stop it almost all the way down to achieve the same sharpness of focus as the Computar, which makes it less useful for my application.
    Date published: 2016-02-03
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