A tiny and extremely powerful camera module no bigger than a matchbox (28.8 x 38.9 x 61.8 mm). Featuring a 10.5x zoom and a high-level photo optical image stabilizer.
The camera module offers superior vibration compensation, making this module perfectly suited for e.g. law enforcement vehicles, UAV and other remotely piloted aircrafts … We think this is very impressive!
Today’s security market employs various types of small-size cameras. High-performance compact-and-lightweight cameras have gained growing demand in connection with the ongoing miniaturization of peripheral components for various types of surveillance cameras including box and dome types.
Tamron, employing the industry-leading imaging technologies accredited in the security market and in-house manufacturing technologies for lenses of superb optical performance, now announces the release of an Ultra-Compact Camera Module with an industry-first Optical Vibration-Compensation Feature which assures high-quality image stabilization when images are captured in a vibrating environment. The realized physical size and weight of the compact module are not only optimum for security and surveillance applications but also advantageous for an extensive range of customization, including such applications as drones.
Featuring superior optical technology these various series of fixed-focal lenses provide outstanding optical quality and enhanced performance in close-focus situations. With lenses for image sensors from 1/1.8” over 2/3” up to 1.1” and pixels as small as 2.5µm these lenses fulfill the needs of today’s diverse image processing applications.
In recent years ITS (Intelligent Transport Systems) has been receiving attention world-wide, with rising demand for high sensitivity and high resolution, which result in larger imager size. These lenses contribute especially for license plate recognition or face recognition for ITS applications.
Tamron´s Flat-Field Technology, also included in Tamron´s other MP lenses guarantees for full resolution right up to the corners. With its very big image circle the lens is designed to be used with 1/2.7“ sensors but can even be used with 1/2,5“ sensors.
Improved focus adjustment and an angle of view of 5,6° (tele-angle), the M13VG850IR is the first choice for all those not willing to compromise.
Ultra-compact lenses for precision automation and quality control
Tamron expands its portfolio with the M112FM series, seven ultra-compact high-performance lenses especially for high-resolution 1/1.2-inch sensors, such as the Sony Pregius IMX174 and IMX249. The new product line is particularly suitable for narrow areas of application where high precision and a highly detailled reproduction are required.
The new lenses will be displayed for the first time at the VISION 2016 in Stuttgart (8. to 10. November 2016), the world's leading trade fair for image processing. There, Tamron presents the first three models with the focal lengths 12mm, 16mm and 25mm, which are now available. By the middle of 2017 four further models with the focal lengths 8mm, 35mm, 50mm and 75mm will complete the series.
Ultra-compact designed, high-performance output
"With the new M112FM series, Tamron is able to meet the needs of our customers for ever-smaller high-performance lenses for large picture-makers," says Thomas Osburg, European Sales Manager Industrial Optics, Tamron Europe GmbH. "The three new models are characterized by their high imaging performance even in low-light environments as well as their ultra-compact design."
The M112FM series has been developed for the large picture area of 1/1.2-inch sensors such as Sony Pregius IMX174 and IMX249. These 2.3 megapixel sensors (1936 × 1216 px) with a global shutter have a 5.86 μm pixel pitch and are characterized by fast data processing, high quantum efficiency and an advantageous contrast reproduction. Tamron's new fixed focal lenses have been optimized to meet these requirements.They offer a high imaging performance free of vignetting and distortion. They are also suitable for the smaller 2/3-inch sensors with 3.45 μm pixel pitch.