The lenses of INFINITY: PROXIMITY¢â Series

InfiniMini¢â InfiniMite¢â InfiniStix¢â InfiniTube¢â

Although we may at times refer to Proximity lenses as instruments in the generic sense, they are ultimately application-specific lenses (as opposed to systems). Infinity¡¯s main product line of instruments (those without the Proximity logo) are full-fledged instrument systems, (systems being the keyword). They may be more adaptable and afford greater range of options and customization than Proximity lenses. However, within their ¡°application envelope,¡± Proximity lenses out-perform anything comparable.

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InfiniStix¢â Video/Machine Vision Lenses (.pdf )

InfiniStix are Infinity's smallest Proximity Series application-specific video lenses. There are sixteen InfiniStix in all. Each provides extraordinary image quality at a fixed magnification and field-of-view.

Simply choose the appropriate InfiniStix lens in steps ranging from 0.5x up to 6x, position it at the specified working distance (from 18mm, 44mm, 68mm or 94mm)?and you will automatically obtain the specified magnification field-of-view. There's no guesswork or fumbling with extension tubes, etc. All InfiniStix can be further amplified by 2x with an optional DL Doubler Tube. In addition, 21mm fiber optic ring lights can be attached with a simple step-up adapter. Compatible with all C-mount and CS-mount video cameras, InfiniStix are about the size of a "lipstick" and only 15mm in diameter.

InfiniStix-Plus¢â (.pdf )

All the benefits of InfiniStix, but with integrated matched coaxially collimated illumination! Modular construction lets YOU choose the dimensions to fit YOUR fixtures, change magnification/field-of-view--or add anti-glare polarization. All feature orientable lock-mounts.


 

 

InfiniStix-POL¢â is the same as the regular InfiniStix series, except a polarizing filter is built in.

Starting at only $350, InfiniStix are the simple but effective solutions to some of your most difficult or challenging video imaging problems