We have something for microphotography fans, people who love to look at the world from close up, explore it through their eyes, which makes it even more exciting for them. If you belong to them, and you are a lucky owner of Raspberry Pi, you will surely find a lot of favourites in our offer. We introduce camera lenses, which significantly expand its possibilities. You want a perfect resolution at maximum zoom? You are looking for a lens with a wide field of view to see even more and capture an extraordinary image? Or maybe you would like to have full control over the image, not only taking pictures but also recording videos? If so, check out our range of modern and versatile camera lenses. They differ in their key technical parameters for amateur and professional photographers, so everyone can choose the object that best meets their expectations. Take a look at our range of camera lenses and discover that it can do even more than you've allowed it to do before.
Plug-in module for the web camera v2 for the Raspberry Pi. He was equipped with a sensor Sony IMX219 with a resolution of 8 MPx and by a program control the focus, without the need for additional tools. The focus range at the level of a millimeter, compared to the official lens with a fixed focal length.
Telephoto lens for camera Raspberry Pi HQ IMX477R. The lens is equipped with rings to adjust the aperture range from F1. 4 to F16 and focus adjustment. A narrow angle allows to observe distant objects with even greater precision. The lens has a mount C-Mount.
Lens 3 Mpx Varifocal range from 8 to 50 mm. Lens designed for camera Raspberry Pi HQ IMX477R. In addition, it was equipped with an adjustable aperture range from F1. 4 to F16 and choose between the wide view angle (41,8° x 30.8°) and narrow angle (6,42° x 4,80°), and focus control of the lens.
Telephoto lens with a narrow angle of view for camera Raspberry Pi HQ IMX477R equipped with a ring allows you to adjust the aperture values ranging from F1,7 to F16 and a ring responsible for focusing. Lens installed on the camera by attaching C-Mount and does not require any additional adapters.
Lens PT3611614M10MP is characterized by considerable length the focal length is 16 mm. Lens resolution is 10 MPx, its aperture is F1. 4-16. It has a variable angle of view: 1", 2/3", 1/1,8" and 1/2". Mount type C-mount. Compatible with camera Raspberry Pi HQ.
Lens PT361060M3MP12 mount type CS mount. Has a resolution of 3 Megapixels and a focal length of 6 mm. The angle of the lens is equal to 63°. Image format 1/2", and its aperture is F1.2. The lens is compatible with camera Raspberry Pi HQ.
Wide angle CS-mount lens Mount, compatible with camera Raspberry Pi HQ. Focal length is 6 mm, and the angle of view of 65°. Manual focus allows you to more accurately adjust the sharpness of the image, and adjustable valve allows you to reduce the lens light.
Wide angle lens effect, Fisheyeangle of view of 180°. Focal length is 1.56 mm, and the aperture is F2. Mounting method M12, included is a adapter, thanks to which you can connect it to the camera Raspberry Pi HQ.
Lens M30225H10 for cameras ArduCam-mount M12. It has a focal length of a length of 2.3 mm, format 1/3". Angle field of view for the format of sensor 1/3" 170° / 120° / 80°, and for the Raspberry Pi camera 1/4", 105° C ratio of the focal length of 2.3.
Lens for cameras with a M12 mount. M40160M12 has a focal length of 1.6 mm and format 1/4". Angle field of view for the format of 1/4" is 118° using the camera for the Raspberry Pi with a ratio of a focal length of 2.0 or 145° / 118° / 92° for the other camera 1/4".
Lens mikroskopowy with 300 x magnification image designed for camera Raspberry Pi HQ. The connector is mounted on C-mount. Was equipped to handle responsible for adjustment zoom in and zoom out. The lens has protective flaps based on the front and back.
Module with wide angle lens (fish-eye) intended for Raspberry Pi camera V2. Was equipped with a sensor IMX219 with a matrix of 8 Mpx and format 1/4". The camera angle is 175° x 145° x 77°. The module allows the use of different lenses on mounts M12.
The ArduCam module with lens with low distortion designed for the Raspberry Pi camera V2. Was equipped with a sensor IMX219 with a matrix of 8 Mpx and format 1/4". The camera has a field of view equal to 70°. The module allows the use of different lenses on mounts M12.
Set of 6 lens M12 Mount in the field of view from 20° to 180° and a focal length of 1.56 mm and from 25 mm. The kit also includes an adapter to use lenses with mount CS and C-CS , thanks to which we can use the lens by electron microscopy in combination with cameras Raspberry Pi V1 and V2, and reverse the camera mount. Lenses compatible with...
Module with LEDs lightning on the surroundings, in the camera of Raspberry Pi. It communicates through an I2C interface. It works with LEDs powered with the voltage of approx. 5 V. It has mounting holes of size M2. The module consists of elements for self-assembly.
The lenses are very different from each other, due to a very wide range of technical parameters, matching the abilities of professionals and amateurs. Furthermore, individual camera lenses are supposed to perform specific, different functions, some need them for short films, others are looking for good equipment for micro photography. Before purchasing, you should define your expectations and make the purpose of your equipment more specific. In fact, the most important parameter of a lens is the focal length, which determines the ability to focus. It means the distance from the geometric center of the lens to the geometric center of the sensor as well. If the lens has a variable focal length, this means that you can adjust the zoom in it. With this adjustment, the equipment calculates the ratio of the focal length at the narrower end of the lens to the focal length at the wider end. As a result, you are free to change the size of the object and the image you see on the screen.
The field of view of the lens is also of great importance for photography fans. This is a parameter closely related to the focal length. It concerns the maximum angle that the lens can cover the image. If we are aware of the focal length and the image size, we can easily calculate the angle of view. Moreover, when deciding on a lens for a camera, focus on the sensor and aperture. The matrix is an electronic sensor that consists of millions of photodiodes highly sensitive to light. We call them pixels, each with its own lens, which corresponds to the intensity of the basic colours of light, that is red, green and blue. In fact, the quality and detail of the image depends to a great extent on the matrix. The larger the photosensitive element, the clearer the image will be and free of unwanted noise. When it comes to the aperture, this is the element that determines how much light will get into the camera during the shooting. Sometimes we need more light, sometimes less.
It is not only the basic technical parameters of lenses that should draw your attention when choosing a camera lens. Many of the models available in our shop offer additional functionalities, which will increase the capabilities of your camera. The example is the lens for ArduCamer camera, intended for use in Raspberry Pi. They are mounted on M12 screw, which allows to record images with long focal length. Moreover, the recordings can be made in "fish eye" mode. The set from ArduCamer includes 10 lenses of different diameters. Thus you have the possibility to quickly and easily change the lens, adjusting it to your current needs. It all depends on what you are photographing at the moment and what effect you want to achieve. You have a complete set, helping you fulfill your photographic passions.