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Fujinon to introduce D60x16.7 lens at IFSEC 2011

Published on 11 April, 2011
D60-16.7 lens 
Fujinon's D60x16.7 telephoto zoom lens: from IFSEC 2011 to the London Olympic Games 2012 
Fujinon introduces new 60x, day/night 2 megapixel resolution HD telephoto CCTV zoom lens at IFSEC 2011 on Fujifilm (Europe) GmbH Stand 5/E25 Hall 5

Now available from UK/Ireland distributor Pyser-SGI Limited is the new Fujinon 2 megapixel D60x16.7SR4DE-V21 telephoto CCTV zoom lens designed to meet the most up to date, high resolution long range surveillance needs of law enforcement organisations and security professionals - day and night around the clock.

Supporting up to 2 million pixel, ½ inch format C mount high resolution cameras the new versatile Fujinon D60x16.7 lens features a built-in motorised 2x range extender plus a four position remote controllable filter system with selectable Clear, ND1, ND2 and IR High Pass filter positions. Also featured is remote iris override for manual iris adjustment and automatic back focus tracking.

The D60x16.7 has a focal length from wide angle 16.7 mm to telephoto 1000 mm, increasing to 2000 mm with its 2x extender. Iris range is F3.5 - T70 (equivalent to F70). Weight is approximately 6.3 kg.

Fujinon's D60x16.7 telephoto zoom lens for long range surveillance.

Said Paul Goodwin, Pyser-SGI's Divisional Head, Broadcast and CCTV Products: "With its F3.5 brightness and 60x telephoto zoom the Fujinon D60x16.7 is the ideal lens for today's demanding anti-terrorist and national security long range surveillance requirements. Operating with its 2x extender the lens will provide clear identification of people and activity at long range. We have already received an order for the London Olympic Games 2012, and are currently dealing with many enquiries from other organisations and security agencies."
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