Unmanned

Large Format HDR 4K Lenses

Supporting Maximum Image Quality for Autonomous Vehicles, ADAS Systems, UAV's and Surveillance Systems

Requirements for high resolution, 4K data capture for autonomous vehicles, UAV’s and persistent surveillance systems are on the rise. Next generation camera modules use real time algorithms to identify and react to situations in the scene.

These computational vision systems use high resolution, large format (16mm diagonal) sensors like the Sony Pregius CMOS sensors and require high performance optics to capture the best images possible. 

Compact and Lightweight HDR Wide Angle Lenses

Navitar's 4K compact, lightweight HDR wide angle lenses offer superior stray light rejection down to 1E-5 while maximizing MTF at the Nyquist frequency of small pixel sensors.

Operating in the visible or VIS/NIR waveband at apertures up to F/1.8, these new lenses are environmentally robust and perform at military grade temperature ranges of -20°C to +80°C.

Additional features and lens options:

  • IP67 sealing for use in water depths up to 1 meter

  • Optional iris or dual position electronic shutters allow precise control of exposure levels for day/night imagery.

Maximum performance is obtained by automated lens-sensor alignment, creating robust camera modules that can survive hostile environments and deliver superior image quality.  As such, Navitar is equipped with an AEI CMAT modular assembly station to offer actively-aligned lens/sensor modules to our customers in both short run and high volume production volumes at their ISO 9001:2008 and ISO/TS 16949:2009 certified facility.

Falcon 4K Lens, 7.10mm FL, F/2.4 - Outline Drawing and Specifications

Crow 4K Lens, 18.75mm FL, F/2.8 - Outline Drawing and Specifications

Centaur 4K Lens, 17.75mm FL, F/1.8 - Outline Drawing and Specifications

Unicorn 4K Lens, 9.50mm FL, F/1.8 - Outline Drawing and Specifications

For additional information please contact:

Craig Fitzgerald
VP Business Development
craig.fitzgerald@navitar.com
585-359-4000

Image Sensors Auto 2016
October 27 - 28, 2016
San Francisco, CA
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