1. This lens can be compatible with camera with IR led.
2. Mainly be used for CCTV board camera.
Posted by Ansel on 15th May 2012
fast shipping, well packed, thanks for recommend a suitable lens for me.
Posted by Jerry K. on 20th Apr 2011
Item received in excellent condition. A+
Posted by Unknown on 14th Apr 2011
Loved it A++
Posted by Unknown on 4th Apr 2011
Product good. Postage very fast.
Posted by MARIOS on 15th Aug 2010
your item is perfect thanks
Posted by Ewelina on 8th Aug 2010
I recommend the product and vendor
Posted by Ecat-"not so pro" ;) on 24th Jul 2010
I found that the angle of view is, yes, probably around 120-130 degrees. The image quality and light gathering ability is surprisingly good.
Good enough that now I'm a bit worried about keeping the camera and lens clean. Which I wasn't expecting. LOL.
For the money, its an excellent deal. So is the PL0011 The PL0011 isn't as big in either relevant dimension and doesn't look as "fisheye like" as this one does, and is smaller, especially not as long, but the image quality on that one, again, is also quite decent.
The angle of view on that lens is at least 20 degrees wider than this one. But this lens is pretty darn wide too. Image quality on this one seems a bit better.
Posted by SecurityCamera2000.com Team on 6th Jul 2010
Thank you for your review.
Both the two lenses are with MTV interface. The diameter of thread is 11.8mm, and the width of the screw thread barrel is 0.5mm. The two lenses are compatible with any cameras with MTV interface.
1.8mm lens and 2.1mm lens, it would get similar images as the fish-eye camera. Compare to 1.8mm lens, 2.1mm lens has larger focal but shorter viewing distance.
Any other questions please feel free to contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org. We will help.
Posted by Unknown on 5th Jul 2010
or is the PL0011? I notice that the lens assembly is longer and wider on this lens, how compatible are they both - do they have the same thread? Will this lens work on smaller cameras?
1.8 mm is wider than 2.1 mm, but the photo for this lens appears more likely to be a fisheye, ultra wide angle..than the other, and also 150 degrees is very wide-
Maybe there was some mixup between the two?
Posted by Jim on 23rd May 2010
Painless transaction, good shipping, packing and response, thanks
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