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WGF Infrared (IR) Polarizing Camera Filter

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Infrared (IR) Polarizing Camera FilterWGFTM IR polarizing camera filter is made with WGFTM, the world's first film-based wire grid polarizer. WGFTM shows a high polarization separation performance in a wide range of wavelength not only VIS but IR or longer.

This camera filter can be used in the near-infrared rays, even in a wavelength range above 1,000 nm. It has had extensive records of success in various inspections and imaging such as biometrics, Printed Circuit Board inspection machines, fundus/Retinal examination tools, sorting machines, etc. as an anti-reflection filter.

This filter can be conveniently attached to your camera as it is. By rotating a rotator frame of it, you can adjust polarization axis easily and freely. WGFTM IR polarizing camera filter sure provides a solution for your application.

   •  Diameter:40.5, 46, 52, 55, 58, 77 mm
   •  Wavelength range : 850-1800 nm
   •  Single Transmittance* : 39.98%
   •  Extinction ratio* : 1500:1
   •  Coating : Not coated
   •  Usable in both transmission and reflection use
   •  Excellent heat resistance compared to absorptive polarizers

*Average [email protected] nm


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