computar C-Mount 12.5-75mm Varifocal Lens

BH #COM6Z12123S • MFR #M6Z1212-3S
computar C-Mount 12.5-75mm Varifocal Lens
Key Features
  • Compatible with 2/3" Cameras
  • 12.5-75mm Varifocal Lens
  • f/1.2 to 16C Manual Iris
  • 46.9 to 8.3° Diagonal FOV
The C-Mount 12.5-75mm Varifocal Lens from Computar is designed for use in close-up applications such as factory automation and image processing areas. It captures images in 8.8 x 6.6mm (Ø11mm) format, and it features manual zoom and iris control. The lens is compatible with 2/3" cameras and uses a C-mount for mounting to your camera.
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Is there any vignetting with this lens on a Sony Nex 5N?
Asked by: Anonymous
This lens is not recommended for that camera as the lens is made for standard definition cameras and will lead to vignetting of megapixel images.
Answered by: Brian F.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Can this lens be used on the jvc ls300?With a c mount to mft adapter if course.
Asked by: doug
If you have a lens adapter, it can be used.
Answered by: Zev B
Date published: 2018-08-28

Can I use it with a Bolex 16 mm film camera?

Can I use it with a Bolex 16 mm film camera?
Asked by: Arturo
Yes. Many BOLEX 16mm film cameras will accept a C-Mount lens.
Answered by: Mark
Date published: 2020-02-27

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Compatible with m43/GH5 ?
Asked by: Michael H.
This lens is designed for standard definition cameras, not high definition. While you could use an adapter, you won't get the best picture captured.
Answered by: Brian F.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Will this work on a Sony A77?
Asked by: Anonymous
Not directly as this is a c-mount lens. The Sony A77 has a Sony Alpha/ Minolta lens mount so you would need to convert from the Sony format down to a c-mount which is not very common.
Answered by: William C.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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will this work on a nikon d3100 and will there be dark corners
Asked by: jacob s.
No. This lens is intended for 2/3" image sensors (11×8.8 mm), meanwhile APS-C cameras like your Nikon D3100 has a sensor size of (23.1×15.4 mm) which 3is considerably larger. You will experience severe vignetting even if you applied an appropriate adaptor.
Answered by: Jeremy
Date published: 2019-03-17

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I posted a similar question for Computar MLM3X-MP and Tamron M118VP413IR; I have a video camera C mount, 1/1.8 CMOS, 1280 x 1024, USB3 (Ximea MQ013CG-E2); I have to see at a distance of 025 -0.3 m., an area of , more or less, H=10mm., V=8mm.Is good this lens for me? Which is the better choise among the three lenses? Thanks a lot.
Asked by: Vittorio C.
This lens is absolutely not right for you - the minimal focal distance of this lens is much higher, like a meter or so.Check the NAVITAR lenses by ThorLabs, they will have something for your needs.
Answered by: Roee T.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Hi,Is there an adaptor to use this on an e-mount VG20, with no vignetting problem?If not, could you recommend a similar fast manual zoom lens for e-mount?Many thanks,Jo
Asked by: Jo C.
I purchased this with a metabones adaptor. I had to use the clear zoom on my Sony a3000 one click to remove the vignetting.
Answered by: Joel R.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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