Arducam 30 Degree 1/2.3″ M12 Lens with Lens Adapter for Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera

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Item Description:

In order to meet the new demands of the lens to work with Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera, Arducam selected and tested a wide range of M12-mount lenses from long focus to wide angle for shooting on your Rpi HQ cameras. It’s now much easier for you to get the best lens you’ll need, and we will keep the lens list growing in the near future.

If you want to grab all the available S-mount lenses for the HQ camera, Arducam has also got a 6-in-1 M12 lens bundle here.

Lens Specification:

  • Model No: M231250H03
  • Optical Format: 1/2.3”
  • Focal Length: 12.5mm
  • Aperture: F2.35
  • Field of View (FOV): 30° (H) on Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera, 17.5°(H) on Raspberry Pi V1/V2 Camera
  • Mount: M12 mount
  • Back Focal Length: 2.11mm
  • MOD: 0.3m
  • Dimension: Φ14×22.72mm
  • Weight: 7g

Other Arducam S-mount lenses with different FoVs

 Package Includes:

  • 1pcs 1/2.3″ M12 30 degree camera Lens
  • 1pcs M12 lens adapter



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