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Using a Wide Angle Lens as a Macro or Close Up Lens - Gary Orlove - 04-04-2013 12:13 PM

Some thermographers are surprised to learn that many wide angle lenses can be used for high magnification work. After all, the wide angle lenses have a larger IFOV and IFOV footprint, so how can they be used for small targets effectively?

See this link for the answer!



RE: Using a Wide Angle Lens as a Macro or Close Up Lens - acardoso - 04-04-2013 04:36 PM

Gary,
We are considering buying a 45 for our SC660. Can you do a thermogram of an object with a B/P/SC6X0 equiped with a 45 at minimal possible distance and post it here?


RE: Using a Wide Angle Lens as a Macro or Close Up Lens - Gary Orlove - 04-08-2013 02:09 PM

Here are images made with a P640 with 24 deg and 46 deg lenses.

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24 deg lens

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46 deg lens


RE: Using a Wide Angle Lens as a Macro or Close Up Lens - acardoso - 04-14-2013 10:44 AM

Thank you