Schneider C-mount lenses for 2-D and 3-D imaging


Designed for 2-D and 3-D imaging applications, these C-mount 2/3" image circle lenses from Schneider Optics (Hauppauge, NY) are optically corrected and broadband-coated for the 400–1000 nm spectral range on megapixel cameras. The lenses offer consistent operation without focus shifts, with focal lengths ranging from 4.8 to 70 mm—most with front threads that accept a screw-on filter.

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Schneider C-Mount 2/3” (11mm image circle) Lenses

New Schneider C-mount 2/3” (11mm image circle) lenses are designed for aerospace, military, and other high performance imaging. These compact precision primes are optically corrected and broadband coated for the spectral range of 400-1000nm (VIS+NIR) on megapixel cameras. Engineered to image properly across the entire specified range, they offer consistent operation without focus shifts.

Known for their high vibration stability, Schneider C-mount lenses feature a robust yet lightweight mechanical design. A lockable focus and iris-setting mechanism guarantees long-term stability even in rigorous production environments.

The Schneider 2/3” Mega Pixel C-Mount lens family includes the following focal lengths: 4.8mm, 6mm, 8mm, 12mm, 17mm, 23mm, 35mm, and 70mm. Most have front threads to accept a screw-on filter, except for the 4.8mm and 6mm lenses that instead have an available filter adapter. Compact Series lenses are also available for 16mm and 22mm sensors.

To find out more about Schneider filters, contact Jim Sullivan at:  Schneider Optics, 7701 Haskell Avenue, Van Nuys, CA 91406, telephone (818) 766-3715; fax (818) 505-9865; or at: 285 Oser Avenue, Hauppauge, NY 11788, telephone (800) 645-7239/(631) 761-5000, fax (631) 761-5090;

Industrial optics business area:

Jos. Schneider Optische Werke GmbH develops, manufactures and distributes optical and precision components as well as assemblies for machine vision and other image processing applications. These premium optics solutions help system integrators and machine builders improve their image processing systems.

About the Schneider Group:

The Schneider Group specializes in developing and producing high-performance photographic lenses, cinema projection lenses, as well as industrial optics and precision mechanics. The group comprises Jos. Schneider Optische Werke, founded in Bad Kreuznach in 1913, and its subsidiaries Pentacon (Dresden), Schneider Kreuzncah Isco Division (Göttingen), Schneider-Optics (New York, Los Angeles), Schneider Bando (Seoul), Schneider Asia Pacific (Hong Kong) and Schneider Optical Technologies (Shenzhen). The company’s main brand is “Schneider-Kreuznach”. It has around 640 employees worldwide, with 335 based in its German headquarters. For years now the group has been a world market leader in the areas of high-performance lenses.


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