Thank you but I found that information as well. My confusion lies with the fact that the lens is specified as 47º Diagonal and all of the optinoal lenses are listed in 3mm - 8mm and appear to be different depending on whether they are 1/3 or 1/4.
Do you know what the standard lens is in mm? I have had a good look at it and it appears unmarked.
The 2300 comes with a 6 mm lens. If you want wider lens you need to pick something below this number. Bear in mind that if you go really low you will get a "fish-eye" effect. I find that a 2.3 mm will give you quite a wide angle and a 1.3 mm will give you a pronounced fish-eye effect. If you want to use this camera with an IR lamp make sure the lens you get is IR compensated too, this will have a part number (or specs in mm) of the lens followed by the letters "IR".
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