Achieve a wide Field of View of 100° horizontally.
<2% TV distortion results in a normal looking image.
|Lens Parameter||Performance Detail|
|F#||2.3 or 2.6 Fixed|
|Resolution||5-6MP (F/2.3) |
|Field of View||100° @ 6.2mm image circle |
Calculate for your sensor using our M12 Lens Calculator
|IR Cut-Off Filter||P/N With: CIL028-F2.3-M12A650 and CIL028-F2.6-M12A650|
P/N Without: CIL028-F2.3-M12ANIR and CIL028-F2.6-M12ANIR
|Construction||Hybrid Glass/Plastic with Aluminum barrel|
|"M12A"||No Ingress Protection, BBAR on Lens 1 Surface 1, AL6061 Cap+Barrel|
|Commonlands Compatible Mount||CLA018|
|e-con Systems / Standard S-Mount||7mm - 10mm tall mount|
|Allied Vision Alvium S-Mount||Yes|
|FLIR Blackfly S Board||No|
|iDS uEye LE||Rev1.1: No, Rev1.2: No|
|The Imaging Source M12||No|
|Basler Dart S-Mount||No|
*Mechanical compatibility only, assuming the standard M12x0.5 lens mount provided by the camera manufacturer. Please check optical compatibility separately.
Objectively characterizing the performance of a camera requires dozens of different metrics. While all of these are looked at by professional camera engineers, many are unnecessary for hobbyist component selection when a predetermined image sensor issued. For entry level camera engineering sake, we recommend starting with four first order system performance metrics: sharpness, color, shading and field of view.
Resolution / Sharpness (sSFR)