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Close-Focusing Miniature Zoom Lens

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The Model 207 motorized miniature zoom lens from Resolve Optics Ltd. can focus on an object at infinity down to an object positioned just 35 mm in front of the lens.

Designed for use with miniature CCTV cameras in applications including industrial inspection and control, surveillance, robotics and scientific analysis, the lens measures 50 × 34 × 31 mm.

The close-focus capability of the f/2.8 zoom lens accommodates a variety of macro applications because it allows an object to be shown in detail at an enlarged size on a TV monitor. Features include high-resolution image tracking and good bore sight accuracy.

Photonics Spectra
Feb 2013

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