Imaging Lenses

Imagining lenses are used on a camera view objects in an imaging system to focus on an image. They allow for an object to be better focused on to highlight certain features and characteristics. Imaging lenses can remove parallax and perspective error, provide magnifications which are adjustable, field of views, as well as focal length. Types of imaging lenses include imagining lenses, length lenses, focal length lenses, fixed focal length lenses, telecentric lenses, fisheye imagining lenses, mount lenses, auto iris lenses, micro video lenses, fixed magnification lenses, zoom lenses, modular zoom lenses, variable magnification lenses, imaging filters and relay lenses. Imaging lenses are used for applicable a wide range of imaging applications like face and object recognition, barcode reading, imaging of documents, machine vision, as well as biometric security.

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  1. Fixed Focal Length Lenses
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    Fixed focal length lenses are also commonly referred to as FFLs or prime lenses and are widely used in robotics in inspection and measuring processes. They have a singular angular field of vision, meaning they cannot zoom or out.

  2. Fixed Magnification Lenses
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    There are a wide range of fixed magnification lenses suited for many imaging needs. Many fixed magnification lenses feature longer working distances than many other imaging lenses, providing additional versatility when examining specific objects. They are ideal for many general imaging needs or in applications that do not require multiple magnifications. Without the need for additional adjustment, these lenses ease system implementation or setup.

  3. Imaging Filters
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    A wide range of imaging filters are available, suitable for many imaging applications. They can be used to increase contrast, separate colours, or control camera exposure. Imaging Filters are useful for imaging scenarios where a single wavelength range is being used to illuminate an area, as in with an LED illuminator.

  4. Imaging Lens Accessories
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    Imagining lenses are used in a wider range of imagining applications to focus on objects to highlight certain features and characteristics. To accompany imagining lenses there is wide range of imagining lens accessories which enhance quality, speed, and efficiency.

  5. Micro-Video Lenses
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    Micro-video lenses are commonly used in forensics, automotive, food inspection, and pharmaceutical. They are commonly used in low-resolution and limited space applications due to their compact size but are also available with an increased resolution to be paired with modern sensors.

  6. Modular Zoom Lenses
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    Modular zoom lens systems comprise an integrated set of optical components for micro-imaging applications that require a variable field of view. The components can be combined in a huge variety of different configurations to achieve maximum flexibility, allowing the system to be customised to suit your needs.

  7. Relay Lenses
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    Relay lenses are a lens type that inverts an image through an optical tube. They are commonly seen in endoscopes, microscopes, rifle eyes and periscopes which are used in life sciences, microscopy, military and defense, inspection and medical applications.

  8. Telecentric Lenses
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    Telecentric lenses are used to make all objects appear the same size despite the object’s position in space. They are commonly used in machine vision and inspection applications. Two common types of telecentric lenses include Bilateral telecentric lenses and Object-sided telecentric lenses.

  9. Variable Magnification Lenses
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    Variable magnification lenses are imaging components designed to be integrated with imaging systems to provide controllable image magnification capability. A greater degree of control can be achieved using manual refocusing, which makes variable magnification ideal for many applications that do not require an automated magnification adjustment. These lenses are a good low-cost alternative to other automatically refocusing lenses and are available for integration into a variety of imaging or microscopy systems.

  10. Zoom Lenses
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    Zoom lenses have the ability to vary the focal length, and therefore the angle of view as opposed to a fixed focal length lens. Varifocal zoom lenses are convenient, cost effective, and useful for a range of applications meaning you do not need to purchase a number of different lenses. Parfocal lenses offer a superior image resolution even when zooming but are higher in price.

  11. Other
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    Other products that didn't quite fit into any of the above categories.