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FISH-EYE LENS Sunex Inc. has launched a miniature fish-eye lens, the DSL215, that has a 185° field of view and resolution suitable for use in megapixel CMOS and CCD sensors in security, surveillance, automotive and specialty photography applications. Measuring less than 20 × 15 mm, it features a relative aperture of f/2.0 for improved low-light performance. The lens can be supplied with antireflection coatings for applications using near-IR illumination, and for color imaging, an IR cutoff filter can be integrated.

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Jul 2005

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