How To Choose the Right Lens for Your Machine Vision Camera
Lenses focus the light reflected from an object onto the sensor of a camera. Along with the camera itself and proper lighting, they are crucial for producing quality images. When selecting a lens, a compromise between imaging performance and price is usually required. Optimal imaging performance can make analyzing the finest structures possible and it saves processing time in subsequent image analysis software. On the other hand, simple applications may require only average imaging performance, so more cost-effective lenses are a good choice.
Register for this on-demand webinar and learn from our vision experts on the tips to selecting the right lens with the best price/performance fit.
Key take aways include:
Common challenges for lens selection, and how to solve them
Factors affecting lens performance
Application examples on how to balance cost and performance of lenses
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Team Leader - Application Engineering Services (AES)
Benjamin Ho holds a Bachelor's degree in Information Technology. Prior to joining Basler, he has worked in the Semiconductor and Electronics industry for more than 10 years as a Field Application Engineer who was in charge of technical support on Qualcomm and Analog Devices. Currently, Benjamin is leading a team of Application Engineers in Basler Asia to provide technical support to customers and distributors in Southeast Asia, India, Australia and New Zealand.