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IR/NIR, in relation to camera modules, refers to infrared and near infrared light in wavelengths of roughly 840 nm to 950 nm. These wavelengths of light cannot be seen with the naked eye, but can be picked up by image sensors, and are sometimes used. IR Cut Filters (IRCF) are optical filters that block infrared light.

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The camera module depth of field describes the range over which the entire image is in focus. This is referred to as "shallow" or "deep". And the F value gives the aperture of the lens. Generally, a small F value results in a shallow depth of field, and a large F value results in a deep depth of field.

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A camera module's image circle refers to the circle or range over which the light that passes through the lens forms an image. The way the image looks is determined by the size of the image circle and the size of the light receiving area of the image sensor. The optical axis is the center of the image circle and the axis of the optical center.

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It is possible to customize our camera modules.

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The recommended installation methods and precautions for camera modules differ depending on product. Please contact us using the link below regarding your desired model.

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Camera module AR (Anti Reflection) refers to treatment applied to the lens or glass to prevent reflection. This suppresses excess reflection and reduces losses when light passes through the lens.

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