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Bill W:
and finally this massive object................. a 150mm f/1 it seems.  The lens is not marked with part ID's

Bill W:
the thermal images.

If the 75mm was tricky to focus and aim, this was much worse.

150mm f/1 with a field of view of 0.6 degrees. just right for the moon.

Vipitis:
There is something really satisfying about that moonshot. It's essentially all I ever wanted from thermal imaging, and it's the reason why I got here in the first place. Sad to realize, that I am not ambitious enough to go out and do it.

So I do have a 150mm f/1 lens, and a Lepton 2.5 that I don't use.

Fraser:
I wonder what this lens would provide in terms of FOV on a tiny Lepton Core. It was a long range observation lens working into a 320 x 240 pixel microbolometer that uses 50um pixels  >:D

I have not even got around to powering these cameras so no idea of lens specification, except that they are BIG !  :-DD

Fraser

Bill W:

--- Quote from: Vipitis on December 13, 2021, 02:41:09 am ---There is something really satisfying about that moonshot. It's essentially all I ever wanted from thermal imaging, and it's the reason why I got here in the first place. Sad to realize, that I am not ambitious enough to go out and do it.

So I do have a 150mm f/1 lens, and a Lepton 2.5 that I don't use.

--- End quote ---

I was really just showing what could be captured, these are just a single shot with the app.  A decent tripod mount, some 'super-resolution' stacking etc could do a whole lot more but I'll leave those for others.

A writeup / archive on www.fire-tics.co.uk will follow with some more part detail.  The 15mm lens units and the PCB/gerbers available to all - just PM.  Sorry only got the one 150mm !

The next Frankencamera is probably putting the big Pevicon lenses in front of a modern ULIS 17┬Ám somehow.  Obviously cannot land as many pixels on the moon but the digital data availability could make up for some that.

Bill

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