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ON DEMAND WEBINAR

Choosing the Right Machine Vision Lens

View 2 back-to-back 30 minute webinars presented by imaging experts Greg Hollows and Nick Sischka.
Part 1 is an introductory guide to imaging lens specification and
Part 2 is an advanced walkthrough of lens performance curves.

Greg Hollows

Greg Hollows
VP, Imaging Business Unit

Nick Sischka

Nick Sischka
Senior Vision Solutions Engineer

Part 1

Part 2

Bridge the gap between lens specifications and real world performance!

Introductory

Part 1: Specifying Imaging Lenses

At the conclusion of Part 1, participants will have a strong understanding around:

  • The benefits and drawbacks of lens parameter calculators
  • Predicting real world lens performance
  • The 4 key differentiating factors between lenses
Advanced

Part 2: Lens Performance Curves

At the conclusion of Part 2, participants will have a strong understanding around:

  • The most important lens performance curves and how to read them
  • Design tradeoffs and how they impact lens performance
  • Real-world examples
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Additional Resources

Application Notes

Technical information and application examples including theoretical explanations, equations, graphical illustrations, and much more.

How Aberrations Affect Machine Vision Lenses
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How to Choose a Variable Magnification Lens
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How to Choose an Imaging Lens
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Imaging Lens Selection Guide
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Lens Performance Curves
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Lens Selection Based on Resolution - Advanced
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Understanding Focal Length and Field of View
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Original recorded date: 3/28/19

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