From September 2016, the PROGRES GRYPHAX® KAPELLA, RIGEL and PROKYON cameras will complete Jenoptik's USB 3.0 product series, making it an attractive option for scientific use.
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Available from April 2016, the Progres Gryphax Arktur and Naos cameras are set to be the latest additions to Jenoptik's USB 3.0 product range
At the leading trade fair for quality assurance in Stuttgart on May 5-8, Jenoptik exhibited the first model from its new generation of cameras - the PROGRES GRYPHAX SUBRA
Jenoptik has launched its 1.0/7.5mm wide-angle lens, specially designed for the thermographic cameras of the VarioCam HD and IR-TCM HD series
Jenoptik has launched the IR-TCM HD thermography camera. The camera uses an uncooled infrared detector with 1,024 x 768 pixels for thermal image acquisition
Jenoptik has launched its VarioCAM high-definition thermography camera series with 3.1 Megapixel infrared resolution and a laser range finder for distance correction
Jenoptik's ProgRes camera line has been made available with a USB interface. The CMOS camera models provide a resolution up to 5 Megapixels and a live frame rate up to 20fps.
Jenoptik has introduced an Image J driver available for ProgRes microscope cameras.
Jenoptik has launched Version 2.6 of its CapturePro image acquisition software for ProgRes microscope cameras. Version 2.6 offers a series of functions and enhancements that make camera operation easier.
Gareth Powell, marketing manager for the high performance imaging division at e2v
Matthew Dale speaks to Specim about the burgeoning industrial spectral imaging camera market
Rob Ashwell on the advances being made in robot guidance, from the rise of robotics in warehouses to lighting control for robot-vision systems
Greg Blackman looks at the intricacies of inspecting fabrics, a market that offers big returns on investment for an automated vision system if it can deal with product variation
Matthew Dale finds that optical inspection techniques are improving upkeep and the running of rail networks