VDS Vosskühler has enhanced its CMC-4000 camera, which now achieves nearly 400 images per second at a resolution of 2,320 x 1,726 pixels
VDS Vosskühler has introduced the IRC-640GE camera, a high resolution infrared camera version with 640 x 480 pixels
VDS Vosskühler has released the CMC-4000 camera, which achieves up to 200 images per second at a resolution of 2,320 x 1,726 pixels
VDS Vosskuhler has released its Cool-6000, a cooled and high resolution full frame camera. The camera delivers 3072 (H) x 2048 (V) pixels in 14-bit digitisation.
VDS Vosskühler has launched the NIR-600 near-infrared camera. The camera is based on an InGaAs sensor and is optimised for wavelengths within 0.9–1.7µm.
VDS Vosskühler has released its high-speed camera HCC-1000, offering a 1k x 1k resolution, with high light sensitivity.
VDS Vosskühler has introduced the CCD-16000, a new 16-Megapixel CCD Camera. The camera is based on a 36 x 24mm sensor. It can produce images at rates of 2fps, with 12-bit dynamics.
Wilhelm Stemmer, who has recently retired and sold his shares in Stemmer Imaging, the company he founded 30 years ago
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