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Compact HD Zoom Lens

Photonics.com
Mar 2011
Resolve Optics Ltd.Request Info
 
CHESHAM, England, March 8, 2011 — Resolve Optics Ltd. has introduced Model 330, a compact motorized high-definition (HD) zoom lens that offers ultraclose focus.

Providing users with HD resolution throughout its range of operation, the lens measures 87.5 × 45 mm and weighs <500 g.

The f/1.8, 10× tracking zoom ensures that the image stays in focus throughout the zoom travel by using floating cell technology. The lens can focus on objects up to 450 mm away.

The specially designed camera mount incorporates topside and back focus adjustment so that the lens can quickly and easily be set up on any camera. A user-changeable rear cell enables the lens to be adapted for use on camera formats between 1/3 and 2/3 in., including three-CCD formats.

The zoom lens is suitable for use in the latest generation of compact broadcast TV cameras, space-restricted machine vision operations and CCTV applications requiring high-quality images.


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GLOSSARY
zoom lens
An optical system of variable focal length, the focal plane remaining in a fixed position. This result is achieved by moving some of the components of the system along the lens axis, other components remaining stationary.  
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