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High-Magnification Zoom Lens

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ROCHESTER, N.Y., June 21, 2007 -- navzoom.jpgNavitar has expanded the capabilities of its flagship product, the Zoom 6000 high-magnification zoom lens system, to be compatible with large-format sensors up to 30 mm in. diagonal, including the Kodak KAI sensor (15.6 x 15.6).

Navitar’s Zoom 6000 parfocal zoom system is known for producing high-magnification, high-resolution images suitable for the most advanced image processing vision systems. Generally, these systems involve c-mount cameras. Customers can now incorporate the Zoom 6000 into their larger-format sensor systems with f-mount requirements and attain the same optical quality, accuracy and performance. System magnifications range from 0.35X to 18.0X and field of views from 1.7 to 85 mm.


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Jun 2007
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