8mm Setting For A C Mount Camera
What Is An 8mm Setting For A C Mount Camera?
8mm refers to the lens that can be fitted onto a c-mount or cs-mount camera. There are several different lens sizes that can be fitted. 8mm lens is going to be primarily a fixed lens, meaning there is no varifocal adjustment. An 8mm lens has a very tight angle of view, however it does have distance and can see out o 65-70 feet during the day. This kind of shot is designed only to see about mid-range, so we must reinstate that you will not get a wide angle of view with this kind of lens. If you are looking for a wider shot, take a look at a 2.5mm, 3.5mm and 4mm lens. If you are thinking you need longer, then just look at a fixed or varifocal lens with a 10mm lens or higher.
8mm Fixed Lens Are Cheaper Than Varifocal Lens
Unless you really know the dimensions of your CCTV application, sometime varifocal lens are the key to getting the right video shot. However, we have a lens calculator that you can use. After measuring out each zone of security application, just plug the numbers in and you will find out what you need. We sell 8mm fixed lenses for just $15 dollars. Compared to a varifocal lens with this range included you can pay as much as $45 dollars. 8mm lens setting tends to be that range where you are not sure if you got the right distance to field of view, so if you are tight on the budget, just measure out your dimensions and use our security camera lens calculator to determine if you have the right dimensions to use a 8mm lens.
8mm Lens Setting Is The Best Indoor Mid-Range Setting
If you have purchased a set of c-mount cameras and planning to use them indoors, consider an 8mm lens for one or two of your cameras. Areas that have longer hallways that have special rooms of interest or even warehouse and back-stocking rooms will benefit well from an 8mm lens. 8mm lens c-mount cameras will work great, because there is no need to have a very wide angle of view. That is why for most small business buildings, 6mm and 8mm lenses are great. So if you have a hallways or a long corridor, use an 8mm lens it can get distance and focus on primary targets, without revealing walls or other unnecessary objects.
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