Camera Lens Finder Released

By: John Honovich, Published on Nov 18, 2014

Need a camera with a 100° AoV or greater?

Want a camera with a built in 20mm lens?

Looking for a camera that supports at least 3-10mm varifocal?

Often, professionals need to find cameras with particular lens lengths / Angle of Views (AoV). This can be hard because it involves searching through numerous spec sheets for the few cameras that actually matches.

IPVM has now solved this problem.

We are excited to introduce new search functionality for both focal length and AoV added to our industry leading Camera Calculator.

Take a look at it in action:

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