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    4 mm Wide-Angle Lense for IN-5907HD

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    Extend your viewing angle to 90° with our wide-angle lense for the IN-5907HD.

    Article No: 100789

    Availability: In stock


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    You require a wider viewing-angle?

    If your camera is located too close to the target area we recommend a 4 mm wide-angle lense. A wider viewing-angle means that you can capture a wider area from the same camera location.

    In combination with the IN-5907HDs built-in 1/3" WDR sensor you will achieve up to 90° of viewing angle. The also integrated IR Cut filter inside the 5907HD enables you to utilize the night vision feature while capturing natural and vibrant colours in broad daylight. This upgrade package also includes special diffusers which helps to diffuse the cameras IR illumination more evenly.

    Below you can find a viewing angle diagram with which you can calculate the distance you should have to the object. In addition if you click above on "Lense comparison" you can see and compare all compatible lenses for this camera model.

    Recommended distance:
    minimum of 1-5m to the target

    Viewing angle calculation:

    (click to enlarge)

    Sichtwinkeldiagramm für das 2.2mm Objektiv Sichtwinkeldiagramm für das 2,2mm Objektiv

    Original lens in comparison:

    6mm Standardobjektiv 2,2mm Objektiv
    12mm default lense 4,3mm wide-angle lense


    You need the lense already built-in?
    We offer an installation service for small fee.
    check out our installation service
    Overall product information
    Focal length 4 mm
    Viewing angle circa 90°
    Lens Mount CS Mount
    Night vision compatible
    Infrared filter No
    Requirements & Measurements
    Compatible devices IN-5907 HD / PoE
    Weight 0g
    Measurements in cm (H / W / D) 0 / 0 / 0

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