M12 Lenses

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M12 Lenses

Low distortion, high resolution, anti-reflective M12 lenses.
Engineered for both Visible and IR imaging.

1/3 Inch Image Circle

V-series Standard M12 Lens - 3.5 mm

3.5mm F#1.6 Lens - 1/3 Inch - M12 Thread $50

Part number: LENS0004

This M12 lens offers the largest FOV for maximizing capture volume size within smaller physical environments.

  • Horizontal FOV: 58°
  • Vertical FOV: 45°
  • Focal Length: 3.5 mm
  • F-number: 1.6
  • Format: 1/3″ Image Circle
  • Distortion: 2.9%
Compatible Cameras:
Flex 3 (V100:R2) Slim 3U/V120:SLIM
V-series Standard M12 Lens - 4.5 mm

4.5mm F#1.6 Lens - 1/3 Inch - M12 Thread $50

Part number: LENS0003

This M12 lens offers an ideal balance of FOV and tracking resolution for most full body motion capture and rigid body tracking applications.

  • Horizontal FOV: 46°
  • Vertical FOV: 35°
  • Focal Length: 4.5 mm
  • F-number: 1.6
  • Format: 1/3″ Image Circle
  • Distortion: 1.9%
Compatible Cameras:
Flex 3 (V100:R2) Slim 3U/V120:SLIM

1/1.8 Inch Image Circle

1/1.8 Inch Image Circle M12 Lens - 5.5 mm

5.5mm F#1.8 Lens - 1/1.8 Inch - M12 Thread $75

Part number: LENS0013

Use this M12 lens to obtain a large FOV with high resolution for most full body motion capture and rigid body tracking applications.

  • Horizontal FOV: 56°
  • Vertical FOV: 46°
  • Focal Length: 5.5 mm
  • F-number: 1.8
  • Format: 1/1.8″ Image Circle
  • Distortion: 2.2%
Compatible Cameras:
Flex 13 S250e Prime 13 Slim 13E
1/1.8 Inch Image Circle M12 Lens - 8.0 mm

8mm F#1.8 Lens - 1/1.8 Inch - M12 Thread $75

Part number: LENS0018

Use this M12 lens to maximize resolution in large capture volumes.

  • Horizontal FOV: 43°
  • Vertical FOV: 34°
  • Focal Length: 8 mm
  • F-number: 1.8
  • Format: 1/1.8″ Image Circle
  • Distortion: 1.9%
Compatible Cameras:
Flex 13 S250e Prime 13 Slim 13E

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