- Focal Length
- 50 mm
- F4.0 ~ F22
- Image Size
- Φ43.2 m
- Minimum Operation Distance
- 150 mm
- Magnification Range
- 0.01x ~ 0.33x
- Iris Control
- Focus Control
- Filter Thread
MVL-LF5040M-F F-Mount Lens
Large Format Φ43.2mm 50mm F-Mount FA LENS
LF series large format FA Lens are optimized for
machine vision light sources and sensors, with
excellent imaging quality and high image
uniformity, magnification range from 0.01x to
0.33x. It is suitable for high resolution machine
vision industry applications.
■ Higher resolution, compatible with 3.1 μm pixel size
■ Ultra-high resolution and consistency of image clarity
■ Ultra-low distortion and high relative illumination
■ Image circle φ43.2mm, applicable to large sensor area
scan and 8K 5μm line scan cameras
■ F-Mount can be extended to V-Mount
Working Distance Range
0.01x ~ 0.33x
Field of View
Flange Back Length
-10 ~ 50℃
What is the resolution(μm) of the lens?
Resolution is a measured by how closely 2 points can be before they cannot be distinguished. For example, 1μm resolution means that 2 points that are 1μm away from each other can be distinguished. Resolution values in this catalog are theoretical resolutions for the lenses. The following is a formula to calculate theoretical resolution based on a lens's ray diffraction with no aberration.
Resolution=0.61×λ/NA λ : Wavelength 0.61: Fixed Number
Distortion is the aberration of a lens where a straight object outside of the optical axis appears curved. Distortion of a straight line towards the center is called pincushion distortion, while distortion expanding outwards is called barrel distortion
Distance from the front end of a lens system to the object under inspection.
The value indicates lens brightness. It is calculated by dividing the focal distance of the lens by its effective diameter (entrance pupil diameter D mm) looking from its object side. It can also be calculated by NA and the lens' optical magnifi cation ( ). The smaller the number the brighter the lens is.
Field of View
Field of view is the size of an object that can be shot when the lens is attached to a camera.
The size of fi eld of view is (sensor size) ÷ (optical magnification ).
(Calculation Example) Optical Magnification =0.2x, camera Size 1/2" (4.8mm Long, 6.4mm Wide) :
Size of Field of View Length =4.8/0.2=24 (mm)
Width =6.4/0.2=32 (mm)