Theia introduces 4K imaging lenses with infrared correction

April 20, 2015
Check out the latest product release from Theia—a line of 4K, infrared-correct imaging lenses that are suitable for use with true day/night cameras.    

Theia Technologies has announced the release of the TL410 line oflenses—4K lenses with infrared correction which are suitable for use with true day/night cameras. IR correction focuses IR light from artificial illumination at the same plane as the visible light allowing the image to remain in focus when the day/night camera switches to night mode. The lenses feature a focal length range of 4-10 mm and can be used with 1/2.3" 4K sensors such as Sony IMX172 up to 1/1.7" 4K sensors such as Sony IMX226. In addition, the 64 mm x 59 mm lenses are designed to fit into day/night dome camera and features motorized zoom and focus, IR cut filter, photo-interrupters, manual, DC auto and P iris options, and CS, C, and D25 board mount versions.

To Learn More:

Contact:Theia Technologies
: Wilsonville, OR, USA
 TL410 lenses
Key Features: Focal length range of 4-10 mm, IR corrected, designed for use with use with 1/1.7" 4K sensors, motorized zoom and focus.

What Theia Technologies says:
View more information on the TL410 lenses.

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