Abstract: A camera module includes a housing having an internal space, a reflecting module including a reflecting member on a movable holder movably supported by an inner wall of the housing in the internal space, and a lens module disposed behind the reflecting module in the internal space, and including lenses aligned in an optical axis direction so that light reflected by the reflecting member is incident thereto. The movable holder is configured to move the reflecting member in a first axis direction approximately perpendicular to the optical axis direction and a second axis direction approximately perpendicular to the optical axis direction and the first axis direction with respect to the housing. The lens module includes at least two lens barrels disposed on sidewalls of the housing, linearly movable in approximately the optical axis direction, and including the lenses divided and disposed therein.
Abstract: An image system lens assembly includes five lens elements, the five lens elements being, in order from an object side to an image side: a first lens element; a second lens element having an object side-surface being convex in a paraxial region thereof; a third lens element having negative refractive power; a fourth lens element with positive refractive power having an image-side surface being convex in a paraxial region thereof; and a fifth lens element having negative refractive power.
Abstract: A lens driving module includes a reflecting element, a base, a frame, a holder, an optical lens, a first electromagnetic driving assembly, and a second electromagnetic driving assembly. The frame is connected to the base, and the holder holds the optical lens and movably connects to the base. The reflecting element reflects light from the outside along a light incident direction to an optical lens along a first direction, wherein the light incident direction is perpendicular to the first direction. The first and second electromagnetic driving assemblies force the holder to move relative to the base, wherein the first electromagnetic driving assembly has a first drive coil, the second electromagnetic driving assembly has a second drive coil, the first and second drive coils have elongated structures extending in a second direction and the first direction respectively, and the first direction is perpendicular to the second direction.
Abstract: A shooting device, comprising: an operation member for setting parameters, and a controller having a parameter preliminary setting section and a parameter calculation section for each condition, wherein the parameter preliminary setting section, before continuous shooting comprised of a series of a plurality of frames, performs preliminary parameter setting as a result of operation of the operation member for at least one point of shooting predetermined positions of the plurality of frames, and the parameter calculation section for each condition calculates parameter at the time of shooting the plurality of frames in accordance with the parameters that have been set in the parameter preliminary setting section.
Abstract: A first lens group having a negative refractive power, a second lens group having a positive refractive power, a third lens group having a negative refractive power, and a fourth lens group having a positive refractive power are provided in order from an object. The first to fourth lens groups move on an optical axis so that zooming is performed by changing each distance between adjacent lens groups. The first lens group comprises, in order from the object, a negative lens arranged closest to the object, a negative lens and a positive lens, and when an air interval between the third and fourth lens groups in the wide-angle end state is denoted as D3T and an air interval between the third and fourth lens groups in the telephoto end state is denoted as D3T, the following condition is satisfied: 0.30<D3W/D3T<1.10.
Abstract: Disclosed is a projection zoom lens used in an image display device configured to project an image onto a target projection surface and display a magnified image of the image, in which the projection zoom lens has a five-lens-group configuration in which first to fifth lens groups G1 to G5 are arranged from the magnification side toward the reduction side, and each of the constituent lens groups or lenses included in the lens groups has a combination of negative and positive refractive powers, and in the lens configuration, focal lengths of the constituent lens groups, relative travel distances, lens distances to the image display element, and constituent lens shapes are properly selected.
Abstract: The present invention addresses a problem of providing a zoom lens which achieves a longer focal length and has a shorter optical overall length at the telephoto end, and an imaging apparatus provided with the zoom lens. In order to solve the problem, a zoom lens is configured to include, in order from the object side, a positive first lens group G1, a negative second lens group G2, a positive composite positive lens group, and a negative composite negative lens group. The composite positive lens group includes a positive third lens group G3, and is consisting of one or more lens groups having positive refractive power. The composite negative lens group includes a negative A lens group and a negative B lens group having negative refractive power. In the zoom lens, changing focal length is performed by varying distances between the lens groups, and a predetermined condition is satisfied.
Abstract: Compact folded camera modules having auto-focus (AF) and optical image stabilization (OIS) capabilities and multi-aperture cameras including such modules. In an embodiment, a folded camera module includes an optical path folding element (OPFE) for folding light from a first optical path with a first optical axis to a second optical path with a second optical axis perpendicular to the first optical axis, an image sensor and a lens module carrying a lens with a symmetry axis parallel to the second optical axis. The lens module can be actuated to move in first and second orthogonal directions in a plane perpendicular to the first optical axis, the movement in the first direction being for auto-focus and the movement in the second direction being for OIS. The OPFE can be actuated to tilt for OIS.
March 1, 2019
Date of Patent:
August 6, 2019
Ephraim Goldenberg, Gal Shabtay, Gal Avivi, Michael Dror, Gil Bachar, Itay Jerby, Itay Yedid
Abstract: A camera for a vision system of a vehicle includes a housing, an imager and a lens assembly. The imager is disposed in the housing and includes a pixelated imaging array having a plurality of photosensing elements. The imager captures image data. The lens assembly is disposed at the housing. The imager is disposed at an adjustment device in the housing. The adjustment device is operable, responsive to a control signal, to adjust a position of the imager relative to the housing and the lens assembly.
Abstract: Provided is a camera module that is capable of driving with low power consumption and is small-sized and thin even in a case of having high resolution. A movable portion (4) provided in a lens driving device (9) of a camera module (20) has a shape that covers an upper side of a fixed lens (1b) and at least a part of a side part (side surface) of the fixed lens (1b).
Abstract: Compact wide angle lens designs are described. The lens has three lens groups and includes complex aspherical lens elements. The lens designs have a field of view of 80° or greater and satisfies at least one of the conditional equations a) BFL/EFL<=0.6 where BFL is the distance from the image surface vertex of the complex aspheric lens element to the image plane, EFL is the effective focal length of the optical lens, and, b) BFL/CA<=0.3 where CA is the clear aperture of the complex aspheric lens element, EFL is the effective focal length of the optical lens, and, c) 3=<TTL/EFL<=6.6 where TTL is the distance from the vertex of the first element of group 1 to the image plane of the lens assembly when focused at infinity, EFL is the effective focal length of the optical lens.
Abstract: A control apparatus includes at least one processor operatively coupled to a memory, serving as a sensing unit configured to sense a tracking target that appears in a sensed video, a recording unit configured to record a size of the tracking target, and a search unit configured to obtain a predicted size of the tracking target in the sensed video, based on the size recorded by the recording unit, for a case of zooming out at a predetermined scaling factor, and, if the predicted size is larger than a predetermined size, to zoom out by the predetermined scaling factor, and then to search for the tracking target in the sensed video after the zoom out.
Abstract: Present embodiments provide for mobile devices and optical imaging lenses thereof. An optical imaging lens may include five lens elements positioned sequentially from an object side to an image side. By controlling the convex or concave shape of the surfaces of the lens elements and designing parameters satisfying at least one inequality, the optical imaging lens may exhibit better optical characteristics and the total length of the optical imaging lens may be shortened.
Abstract: A method and a system for optimizing an image capturing boundary in a proposed image for enhancing user experience while capturing an image are provided. The method includes locating an image capturing boundary in a proposed image and computing a composition measure for the image capturing boundary. Further, the method includes identifying at least one missing portion in the image capturing boundary based on the composition measure. Further, the method includes providing an indication, associated with an image capturing device, to optimize the image capturing boundary based on the identified at least one missing portion. Furthermore, the method includes computing an optimal zoom level automatically in response to actions performed by the user and captures the image by including the at least one missing portion.
February 26, 2015
Date of Patent:
March 19, 2019
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.
Anish Anil Patankar, Rishi Prajapati, Joy Bose
Abstract: A zoom lens system according to the disclosure, in order from an object side to an image side, includes a first lens group with positive optical power, a second lens group with negative optical power, and a subsequent lens group composed of at least three lens groups. During zooming operation, the first lens group moves along the optical axis and the second lens group does not move. The second lens group has an aperture stop. The second lens group satisfies following condition (1), ?9.0?fG1/fG2??2.0 ??(1) where fG1 is the focal length of the first lens group, and fG2 is the focal length of the second lens group.
Abstract: A zoom control device includes: a zoom magnification ratio change speed setting unit that sets a main image zoom magnification ratio change speed and a monitoring image zoom magnification ratio change speed according to a zoom operation by a user; and a zoom control unit that conducts a zoom control on a main image so that a zoom magnification ratio changes according to the main image zoom magnification ratio change speed, and conducts a zoom control on a monitoring image so that the zoom magnification ratio changes according to the monitoring image zoom magnification ratio change speed. The zoom magnification ratio change speed setting unit is configured to set the main image zoom magnification ratio change speed by smoothing the monitoring image zoom magnification ratio change speed.
Abstract: Provided is a magnification-purpose external optical module external to a portable terminal at which a camera is installed, and a magnification imaging device including the module. An external optical module of the present invention may use an LED and a camera internal to a portable terminal such as a smart phone and thus capture a a high magnification image without a separate lighting source. Furthermore, an external optical module of the present invention does not need to use a separate lighting source because its thickness is implemented to be significantly thin and thus its focal length is designed to be significantly short, and it is possible to sufficiently illuminate a subject with a relatively distant LED in contrast to a thinned thickness.
Abstract: A zoom lens has, in order from an object side to an image side, a positive first lens unit, a negative second lens unit, a positive third lens unit, a positive fourth lens unit, and a fifth lens unit. In the zoom lens, the loci of the lens units moving for zooming are set appropriately, and a reflector for bending an optical path is placed at an appropriate position within the fifth lens unit.
Abstract: A zoom lens includes in order from an object side: a first lens unit having a negative refractive power, and a second lens unit having a positive refractive power, wherein the first and second lens units move along respective loci different from each other during zooming; the first lens unit has two negative lenses arranged continuously from the object side; and a focal length of the first lens unit, a focal length of the second lens unit, a focal length of the zoom lens at a wide angle end, a focal length of a negative lens G11 arranged on most object side in the negative lenses contained in the first lens unit, and a focal length of a negative lens arranged on second most object side in the negative lenses contained in the first lens unit.
Abstract: An apparatus includes a control unit configured to perform zoom control based on a size of an object indicated by acquired information and a set reference size. In the zoom control, the control unit switches between first control and second control according to the set reference size. In the first control, a zoom speed to be set is updated in such a way as to gradually increase, and, in the second control, a zoom speed to be set is not updated.
Abstract: An image processing apparatus acquires an input image generated by image pickup via an optical system, and perform unsharp mask processing for the input image using a filter generated based on information of a PSF of the optical system. The filter is generated based on an unsharp mask used for the unsharp mask processing, and includes two-dimensional data having filter coefficients that are arranged rotationally asymmetrically with respect to a filter coefficient corresponding to a target pixel in the input image in convoluting the filter with the input image. A peak position or a center of gravity position of the unsharp mask accords with a position of the filter coefficient corresponding to the target pixel in the filter.
Abstract: A variable magnification optical system has, in order from an object side: a first lens group having positive refractive power; a second lens group having negative refractive power; an aperture stop; a third lens group having positive refractive power; and a rear lens group. Upon zooming from a wide-angle end state to a telephoto end state, at least the rear lens group is moved toward the object side, and distances between the lens groups are varied. Upon focusing from an infinitely distant object to a closely distant object, the third lens group is moved along the optical axis. At least a portion of the rear lens group constitutes a vibration reduction lens group having negative refractive power and moveable perpendicular to the optical axis. An optical apparatus and a method of manufacture are also provided.
Abstract: A drive control apparatus includes a movable member; a driver configured to drive the movable member; a transmission device configured to transmit a driving force of the driver to the movable member; a first detector provided on the movable member side of the transmission device configured to detect a driving state of the movable member; a second detector provided on the driver side of the transmission device configured to detect a driving state of the driver; and a controller configured to control driving of the driver. The controller is configured to select, as information to be fed back, first drive information obtained from the first detector, or second drive information obtained from the second detector, based on the first drive information and the second drive information; and control the driving of the driver based on the selected one of the first drive information and the second drive information.
Abstract: A digital specimen manufacturing device comprises: a reduction processing unit which generates a reduced image by reducing a high resolution image of a first magnification into a second magnification image; an operation instruction unit which instructs the imaging unit to update the second magnification and recapture the low resolution image when information indicates the difference between the reduced image and the low resolution image is not within the allowable error range; and an image processing unit which obtains a third magnification, and outputs an image of the digital specimen by reducing the high resolution image into an image of the third magnification which an image magnification greater than the updated second magnification and smaller than the first magnification.
Abstract: Embodiments of the present disclosure related to a head mounted display (HMD) that enable adjustment of lenses for a particular consumer. In some example embodiments, the HMD enables up to three-degrees of freedom of lens alignment with a consumer's pupils. For example, the HMD includes an actuation device or rotatable disc, both of which are in slidable engagement with at least one elongated members. Ends of the elongated members are coupled to a mirror/lens such that actuation of the actuation device or rotation of the disc translates the elongated member along an axis, which is in general alignment with a pupillary distance (PD) of the consumer. Additionally, the elongated members include mirror/lens interfaces to which the lenses are coupled. The mirror/lens interfaces are slidably and rotatably coupled to the elongated members thereby providing additional degrees of freedom for movement of the lenses.
Abstract: An image capturing apparatus which captures an image of a subject with an image sensor having pixels each including a plurality of areas and generates a RAW image for each of the plurality of areas from a signal generated by the image sensor. The apparatus generates a first RAW image and a second RAW image from the RAW images, generates first image data by performing first development on the first RAW image, generates first RAW image data and second RAW image data by compressing the first RAW image and the second RAW image and performs second development on the first RAW image having a higher processing load than the first development. Second image data is generated by the second development on the first RAW image by using the second RAW image.
Abstract: A teleconverter, comprising: a master lens apparatus-side mount on which a master lens apparatus is mounted, a camera body-side mount on which a camera body is mounted, and a converter lens unit that has a generally negative refracting power for mounting the master lens apparatus thereon to obtain a lens system having a focal length longer than that of the master lens apparatus, wherein: the converter lens unit comprises a first lens group on the master lens apparatus side and a second lens group on the camera body side with an on-axis longest air separation interposed there-between, and does not include any lens group other than the first lens group and the second lens group, the first lens group has positive refracting power, the second lens group has negative refracting power, the first lens group consists of a first lens element having positive refracting power, and the second lens group comprises, in order from an object side to an image side along an optical path, a second lens element having negativ
Abstract: A zoom lens includes, in order from an object side to an image side, a first lens unit having positive refractive power, a second lens unit having negative refractive power, a third lens unit having positive refractive power, and a rear lens group including one or more lens units. The distance between adjacent lens units changes during zooming. The first lens unit is closer to the object side at a telephoto end than at the wide-angle end. The second lens unit includes a first negative lens, a second negative lens, and a third negative lens in this order from the object side. The focal lengths of the zoom lens at the wide-angle end and at the telephoto end, the focal length of the first lens unit, and the focal length of the second lens unit are appropriately set based on predetermined mathematical conditions.
Abstract: A security camera system using a power supply by an electromagnetic induction scheme comprises; a CT core detachably installed on a power transmission and distribution line and producing electric power by the electromagnetic induction scheme and; a power transformer for transforming an AC power generated from the CT core to a DC voltage; a camera module for recording a security video using power supplied by the transformer; a wireless communication module for transmitting an audio and a video data captured by the camera module; and a stabilizer module for correcting the shake of a video when capturing a security video. The security camera system provided with the power supply device as a main power supply thereto generating an electric power by the electromagnetic induction scheme using the current flowing around the power distribution line saves time and cost related to power supply construction so that the productivity may be improved.
Abstract: An image including a chart displaying graphical elements may be received or captured by a computing device. The graphical elements, for example, may be bars of a bar chart, or components of a pie chart. Techniques described herein may determine values for the graphical elements. Techniques described herein may also analyze the arrangement of the graphical elements and other contextual information to determine a chart type. The generated values may be arranged into an editable chart and/or an editable data structure based on the chart type. Touch-enabled gestures may be applied to the data structure to allow a user to modify, save or otherwise process the data structure.
August 21, 2014
Date of Patent:
October 31, 2017
Microsoft Technology Licensing, LLC
Aaron Lamar Wilson, Daniel Parish, Yi Zhang
Abstract: A method for determining a point spread function (PSF) of a camera, comprising: displaying on a display at least two images comprising visual features, elements having a different optical intensity, and a test pattern; acquiring the images using the camera; determining a coordinate transformation using the image comprising the visual features and its corresponding acquired image, the coordinate transformation for aligning together a coordinate system of the camera and a coordinate system of the display; aligning the acquired image comprising the elements having a different optical intensity using the determined coordinate system and determining a difference of intensity between the displayed image comprising the elements having a different optical intensity and the corresponding acquired image; aligning the acquired image comprising the test pattern and correcting an intensity of the acquired image comprising the test pattern, thereby obtaining a corrected image; and estimating a PSF using the corrected image
Abstract: The present disclosure relates to a lens system comprising a first lens group and a second lens group from an object side to an image side successively; wherein, the first lens group comprises a first lens, a second lens and a third lens from the object side to the image side successively; the second lens group comprises a fourth lens, a fifth lens and a sixth lens from the object side to the image side successively; the first lens has a positive focal power and the second, the fifth, and the sixth lens have a negative focal power, and the object side surface of the first and the second lens are convex, the image side surface of the fifth lens is convex, the object side surface of the fifth and the sixth lens are concave, and the image side surface of the second and the sixth lens are concave.
Abstract: A lens unit L100 is removably mounted on an image pickup apparatus generating control information used for a vibration control that vibrates a correction lens L105 and moves a vibration center of the correction lens L105, includes an image pickup optical system including a magnification varying lens L102 and the correction lens L105, a storage unit storing first information indicating a relation between positions of the magnification varying lens L102 and the correction lens L105, and a lens controller performing a predetermined control in which the correction lens L105 moves in accordance with the movement of the magnification varying lens L102, and the lens controller sends information relating to the magnification varying operation to the image pickup apparatus, and overlaps the vibration control of the correction lens L105 based on the control information in accordance with the information relating to the magnification varying operation with the predetermined control.
Abstract: A projection optical system includes: a plurality of lenses; a lens frame that holds at least one lens of the plurality of lenses; a first diaphragm provided on the light incident side of the lens frame; and a second diaphragm provided on the light exiting side of the lens frame.
Abstract: An image pickup apparatus includes an image sensor, and a controller configured to drive a focus unit so that a first position is focused, to acquire first information on a first refocusable range that is available in an image that is captured while the first position is being focused by the focus unit, to acquire second information on a second refocusable range that contains the first position, to acquire information on a second position on which the focus unit is to be focused so as to provide the second refocusable range using the first information and the second information, and make the image sensor capture an image while the second position is being focused by the focus unit.
Abstract: An imaging apparatus according to the present disclosure includes: a focus lens, a motor for driving the focus lens, an origin detection unit for detecting an arrival of the focus lens at a reference position, a drive amount detection unit for detecting an amount of drive of the focus lens driven by the motor, and a controller for recognizing a position of the focus lens based on an output from the drive amount detection unit and for controlling the position of the focus lens. The controller receives a detection signal from the origin detection unit during driving the focus lens, and determines an occurrence of step-out of the motor based on both the received detection signal and the position of the focus lens recognized by the controller.
Abstract: This invention can develop a part of RAW image data and display the developed part of RAW image data with a result of processing, even if the part of the RAW image data refers to other part of the RAW image data. An image processing apparatus obtains an output area of RAW image data to be displayed on a window and a reference area of RAW image data to be pasted to the output area of the RAW image data. The apparatus develops the output area of the RAW image data and the reference area of the RAW image data. Then, the apparatus pastes a development result of the reference area of the RAW image data on a development result of the output area of the RAW image data. After that, the apparatus executes display processing to the development result of the output area of the RAW image data.
Abstract: An image pickup apparatus that performs focusing and zooming by driving lenses and enables focusing that reduces variations in the angle of view without making any modifications to an optical system. An image pickup optical system has a first lens that changes the shooting angle of view, and a second lens that changes a focus position for a subject. An image of the subject formed by the image pickup optical system is converted into an electric signal. The first lens and the second lens are driven. The amount of wobble for use in controlling the focus position for the subject is set according to drive characteristics of at least one of the first lens and the second lens.
Abstract: A method and apparatus for approving multimedia data, including: receiving second multimedia data of a second resolution; selecting a block of the second multimedia data; and requesting a corresponding block of first multimedia data, to the selected block of the second multimedia data. Furthermore, the method includes receiving the corresponding block of the first multimedia data of a first resolution; and approving the second multimedia data at the server apparatus in response to evaluating the received block of the first multimedia data.
Abstract: The description relates to creating a window-like experience during video communication scenarios. One example can include a spatial light deflector including a steerable array of light deflecting elements. The example can also include a wedge device positioned relative to the spatial light deflector. The example can also include a camera positioned at an end of the wedge device to receive the captured light.
October 10, 2014
Date of Patent:
March 21, 2017
Microsoft Technology Licensing, LLC
Adrian Robert Leigh Travis, Andreas Georgiou
Abstract: An imaging system of the present invention comprises a lens unit having a barrel section that contains a photographing optical system, and an operating section provided on the barrel section, and a camera body having an imaging section for converting a subject image formed by the photographing optical system into electrical signals, and a display section for displaying the subject image based on the electrical signals, wherein the lens unit has a transmission section for transmitting information relating to the operation section, and the camera body has a receiving section for receiving information relating to the operating section that has been transmitted from the transmission section, and an association section for displaying the information relating to the operation section that has been received by the receiving section on the display section, and associating information relating to the operating section with functions of the camera body.
Abstract: Provided is a zoom lens (ZL) including, in order from an object along an optical axis: a first lens group (G1) having negative refractive power; a second lens group (G2) having positive refractive power, and a third lens group (G3) having a positive refractive power. At least the first lens group (G1) and the second lens group (G2) are moved along the optical axis upon zooming from a wide-angle end state to a telephoto end state, so that the distance between the first lens group (G1) and the second lens group (G2) decreases, and the distance between the second lens group (G2) and the third lens group (G3) increases, the first lens (G2) includes one positive lens, and the second lens (G2) includes one negative lens.
Abstract: A system embodiment may include at least one camera wearable, at least in part, by a human operator. The at least one camera may have, when enabled, at least one active field of view that may be captured by the at least one camera in response, at least in part, to image capture actuation by the human operator. This embodiment also may include a viewfinder wearable, at least in part, on a head of the human operator. The viewfinder may provide to the human operator, prior to the image capture actuation, at least one visual indication of the at least one active field of view of the at least one camera. The at least one visual indication may be displayed in at least one central field of vision of the human operator. Of course, many alternatives, modifications, and variations are possible without departing from this embodiment.
Abstract: Systems and methods are provided for viewing portions of a very high-resolution image on a client device. The systems and methods provide for dynamic establishment of hierarchically organized contexts corresponding to regions within the image. The context hierarchy supports image inspection and analysis at increasing resolution levels for successively smaller regions. A context's region can be viewed at a base resolution appropriate for that context, while areas of interest within the context can be examined in more detail in higher resolution. To view areas of interest at resolution levels above the range for a given context, a child context can be established for a smaller region. The client device user can navigate from one area within the image to another by traversing previously established contexts and establishing new contexts.
Abstract: A wide-angle lens may include six or more plastic lenses arranged in a plurality of groups. The plurality of groups may include a fourth group comprising a first lens having an aspherical image side and a second lens having an aspherical object side. The aspherical image side of the first lens may be cemented to the aspherical object side of the second lens.
Abstract: A zoom lens consists of, in order from the object side, a positive first lens group which is fixed relative to the image plane during magnification change, a negative second lens group which is moved during magnification change, a negative third lens group which is moved during magnification change, a positive fourth lens group which is moved during magnification change, and a positive fifth lens group which is fixed relative to the image plane during magnification change, wherein magnification change is effected by changing all distances between the adjacent lens groups, the fifth lens group consists of, in order from the object side, a positive front group, a negative middle group, and a positive rear group, image stabilization is effected by shifting only the middle group in directions perpendicular to the optical axis direction, and the condition expression (1) is satisfied: 0.20<FGr3/FGr<0.52??(1).
Abstract: An endoscope system including: an optical endoscope including a fiber bundle that transmits an optical image; a camera head including an image pickup device; and a video processor including a moiré elimination section, a control section and an enhancement processing section, in which the moiré elimination section uses a processing circuit of the enhancement processing section as a processing circuit of itself by replacing a filter coefficient, the camera head includes a first identifier, the video processor includes a detection section that detects the first identifier, and the control section causes the moiré elimination section to perform moiré elimination processing corresponding to a detection result of the first identifier.
Abstract: A variable-magnification optical system has five lens groups, namely, from object side, positive, negative, positive, positive, and negative lens groups, and achieves magnification variation by varying all axial distances between the lens groups. Focusing is achieved by moving the fourth lens group in optical axis direction. Vibration correction is achieved by moving all or part of the fifth lens group perpendicularly to optical axis. Fulfilled are formulae 4.0<|f1/f2|<6.0, 1.0<f4/f1<1.5, and 2.0<|f4/fv|<4.0, f1 representing a focal length of the first lens group, f2 a focal length of the second lens group, f4 a focal length of the fourth lens group, and fv a focal length of the vibration correction group.
Abstract: When a first instruction operation is performed by a user, a controller changes a zoom position in a wide-angle direction. When a second instruction operation is performed by the user, the controller changes the zoom position, which has been changed in the wide-angle direction, in a telephoto direction. In association with the change in the zoom position in the telephoto direction, the controller causes the image capture unit to perform automatic image capture.