192-000: 12-72mm f/1.8 6:1 Non-Browning Zoom Lens

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Compact design radiation resistant non-browning zoom lens

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192-000: 12-72mm f/1.8 6:1 Non-Browning Zoom Lens
192-000: 12-72mm f/1.8 6:1 Non-Browning Zoom Lens

Compact design radiation resistant non-browning zoom lens. All Resolve Optics radiation resistant non-browning lenses are made from 100% radiation hard materials. Special glass is used to avoid browning or discoloration when exposed to radiation.

Features

  • Compact design
  • 1/2 and 2/3″ CCD format
  • C-mount
  • Zoom, focus and iris control

Applications

  • Nuclear power stations
  • Nuclear reprocessing plants
  • Nuclear waste storage plants

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Posted on January 25, 2017 - (541 views)
Resolve Optics Ltd
Asheridge Road
HP5 2PT Chesham - United Kingdom
+44-1494-777100
+44-1494-775201
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