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Continuous Zoom Lenses

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WILSONVILLE, Ore., Oct. 18, 2021 — Continuous Zoom LensesTeledyne FLIR has announced six commercially available continuous zoom (CZ) lenses for use with MWIR and LWIR sensors.

The optics maximize IR camera performance by optimizing optical prescription to small pixel focal plane arrays. The lens assemblies include algorithms for temperature compensation based on several embedded temperature sensors. Many other available features allow for ease of use, built-in-test, and high-speed data transfer.

With all lens options being customizable for the specific camera and use, these are suitable for a wide range of defense, security, and commercial applications.
Oct 2021

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