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- Focal: 16mm
- F: 1.2
- Mount: CS
- Sensor Size: 1/3"
- FOV: 17.1°
- M.O.D.: 0.3m/11.8in
- Size: 30 x 24mm / 1.18 x 0.94in (L x Dia.)
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Different Camera Lenses:
- Fixed Focal Length Lenses - Choose a fixed focal length lens for optimum clarity, sharpness and overall image quality. Fixed focal length lenses offer one angle of view, and do not zoom. Because there is less glass and internal lens elements involved, these lenses provide exceptional quality. Manual film-based SLR cameras are often sold with a fixed 50mm lens
- Zoom Lenses - Considered an all-in-one type of lens, zoom lenses offer the photographer a variety of focal lengths. From wide to telephoto, these lenses are meant to cover a range of angles, while sacrificing a small amount of optical quality because light has to travel through so many layers of glass in a longer barrel
- Wide-Angle Lenses - Photographing wide scenes in small places is easy with a wide-angle lens. These lenses usually range in focal length from 24 mm to 35 mm, and are available as a fixed focal-length lens or a zoom lens. Capturing a wide crowd shot from a podium, or a large sports team photo without standing on the other side of the field is simple with a wide-angle lens
- Telephoto Lenses - Bringing the scene up closer is what telephoto lenses are designed to do. These lenses reach out into the scene and optically make the subject matter appear closer. Think about a recent newspaper sports section or magazine where you only see one or two athletes engaged in an event. The photographer obviously wasn't standing on the football field in front of the play or rubbing elbows with the basketball player. A telephoto lens, such as 200 mm, was used to reach deep into the action. These lenses are also available as a fixed focal length, or a zoom. A common telephoto zooms is 70 to 200 mm
- Mid-range Lenses - Between wide angle and telephoto lenses are the mid-range, or portrait, lenses. Fixed focal-length mid-range lenses include an 85 mm lens, or a 105 mm lens. Common zoom lenses that offer mid-range coverage are 35 to 105 mm or 28 to 135 mm lenses. These lenses capture all the day-to-day activities well. Family and friends doing activities in close proximity to the photographer, pictures of still life and photos around the house are easy to capture with a mid-range lens
- 1 x 16mm 1/3" F1.2 Fixed Iris CS Mount CCTV Security Camera Lens
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