Marshall Electronics V-4301.68-2.5FT 1/4" 1.68mm f/2.5 Miniature Lens

Marshall Electronics V-4301.68-2.5FT 1/4" 1.68mm f/2.5 Miniature Lens

Marshall Electronics V-4301.68-2.5FT 1/4" 1.68mm f/2.5 Miniature Lens

B&H # MAV43016825F MFR # V-4301.68-2.5FT
Marshall Electronics V-4301.68-2.5FT 1/4" 1.68mm f/2.5 Miniature Lens

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The Marshall V-4301.68-2.5FT is a 1.68mm miniature lens designed for use with Marshall miniature or board cameras equipped with an M12 x 0.5 barrel thread lens mount. Advanced optical elements are employed to ensure that this lens is able to keep up with the demands of the camera, both in terms of image sharpness and light conductivity, whether the camera is employed in security, machine vision, research, or other industrial applications.

Super Wide Angle Lens
With a 1.68mm focal length, this lens is Marshall's widest angle lens in the 4300 series miniature lenses.
Ultra Compact & Lightweight
As with the camera, this lens is designed to be ultra compact and lightweight, adding only minimally to the camera's overall length and weight.
UPC: 801813102970
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Marshall Electronics V-4301.68-2.5FT 1/4" 1.68mm f/2.5 Miniature Lens
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  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Imager Size 1/4"
    Mount Type M12 x 0.5
    Focal Length 1.68mm
    Aperture F2.5
    Iris Operation Fixed
    Focus Operation Fixed
    Angle of View 1/4": 132.9° / 101.1° / 170° (H/V/D)
    1/5": 108.9° / 91.1° / 147° (H/V/D)
    Minimum Object Distance (M.O.D.) 40cm ~ ∞
    Filter Size N/A
    Diameter and Length 0.59 x 0.6" (15 x 15.1mm)
    Weight 0.22 oz (6.4g)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.05 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 3.8 x 2.0 x 0.8"

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