Contact: Paul Mengaziol
MOTORIZED LARGE ZOOM-RATIO (34X) ZOOM LENS 1/2” 15-510mm F/3.0
October 28, 2015, Commack, New York - Tamron Co., Ltd., Saitama, Japan, an integrated optics manufacturer and leader in the security / surveillance equipment industry, announces the release of a 1/2” 15-510mm F/3.0 Motorized Large Zoom-Ratio (34X) Zoom Lens (Model: M12ZG34X15IRPF).
C-mount box-type cameras are in strong demand for day-and-night remote surveillance applications that monitor every corner of a wide area: border protection, water front / coastal safety, forest guard, and safety / protection at critical facilities such as airports and electric power plants.
For those applications, analog / SD cameras equipped with large zoom-ratio zoom lenses are widely deployed as a common industry-standard. Advances in high-resolution surveillance cameras, however, mandate compatible enhancement of resolution in large zoom-ratio zoom lenses.
Addressing the growing market needs, Tamron started selling 1/1.8” 10-360mm F/1.6 motorized high image-quality, large zoom-ratio zoom lenses (Model: M118ZG36X10IRPF / M118ZG36X10IRP) on April 6, 2015. These lenses have gained outstanding market recognition for the superb lens quality to assure improved and effective wide-area surveillance. To address further requests from users and to extend the product portfolio, Tamron now announces the release of a new 1/2” 15-510mm F/3.0 zoom lens (Model: M12ZG34X15IRPF), a telephoto-type lens attuned to surveillance for large-scale infrastructures, critical facilities and other wide-area applications.
Tamron, as an integrated lens manufacturer, aggressively develops distinguished lenses to meet various industry applications and user needs, seeking the highest level of optical performance and utility to deliver the ultimate quality in images.
1. Compact Lens with a Focal Length of 510mm
2. High Optical Performance Extending to the Telephoto End
3. Defog Feature
A fog-removal feature installed in the lens is particularly effective for using cameras at the telephoto end. When fogs develop and obscure views, image clarity lowers: fog’s water particles reflect and scatter visible light, hindering visibility. By engineering a filter to cut off visible light and capturing images in the NIR spectrum, images get enhanced in clarity, becoming less susceptible to the effect of fog.
# # #