Computar Introduces the MPX 16MP, 2/3" Machine Vision Lens Series

The MPX Series is optimized for the latest large format sensors

March 5, 2024 – Mebane, NC - Computar®, the leading lens manufacturer, has released a high-resolution, ruggedized machine vision lens series featuring a 10G anti-vibration and shock resistance ideal for harsh inspection environments. 

The C-mount MPX lenses are lightweight, compact, and fully compatible with 2μm pixel size or less. In addition, the MPX's focus rotation angle is five times wider than that of conventional lenses, allowing for precise focus adjustment.

The series features a floating design engineered to deliver superior image quality from MOD to infinity. In addition, they are optimized for IMX536(546/566), IMX537 (547/566), IMX676/IMX266/IMX178 and Sony 4th Generation Pregius S sensors.

"The release of the MPX series sets a new standard for machine vision lenses. The series is optimized for high-resolution images and is compatible with the latest large-format sensors. The robust design is suitable for various harsh environment applications," according to CBC AMERICA's Senior Vice President of Imaging & Information Technology/BDM, Terry Sekiya.

Key Features:

  • 16 megapixels
  • 2/3" 
  • Compact & lightweight 
  • C-mount
  • 10G anti-vibration and shock resistance 
  • Precise focus adjustment with a focus rotation angle five times greater than standard lenses
  • Compatible with 2μm or less pixel size
  • Floating design for superior image quality from MOD to infinity
  • Adoption of  click-type iris mechanism.
  • Available in 25mm, 8mm, 12mm, 16mm, 35mm, 50mm, and 75mm are coming soon.

Register or a free exhibit pass and visit Computar ISC West in booth # 4081 April 10-12 for a demo. To purchase or learn more, go to

About Computar®

Computar Optics, a part of the CBC Group, has set the world standard for lenses by pioneering new, innovative lenses constantly that surpass the competition. With a solid foundation based on Japanese engineering and agile production facilities worldwide, Computar continues to manufacture he highest-quality optical products. With a team of experts dedicated to research and development, Computar continues to push the boundaries of lens technology, ensuring that its optics exceed the expectations of diverse industries, including machine vision, life sciences, transportation, and security.