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LWIR Zoom Lenses

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HOOD RIVER, Ore., Aug. 2, 2016 — LWIR Zoom LensesSierra-Olympic Technologies Inc. has announced the Tamron LWIR Zoom Lenses for OEM and security imaging applications.

The lenses operate in the 8- to 14-μm spectral range. Two zoom range models of 35 to 105 mm or 50 to 150 mm are available with diamond-like carbon coatings, with one zoom range model of 35 to 105 mm with an antireflective coating.

The lenses provide continuous, precision athermalization, low weight and low power. With a standard M34 × 0.5-mm thread mount, the Tamron LWIR Zoom Lenses can be easily used with most microbolometer cameras.
Aug 2016

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