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Lucid Vision (#5600) will be unveiling new camera technologies the show in Shanghai. These include four different models of the micro-compact Phoenix, a small GigE PoE camera ranging from 3.2-megapixel to 12.3-megapixel resolutions.

With a unique board design, the Phoenix camera provides a micro compact and lightweight form factor, making the camera easy to integrate into OEM products and systems. It features NF-mount and lens options to provide an even smaller footprint, and an ix Industrial Ethernet connector that takes 70 per cent less space than RJ45 sockets.

New Phoenix cameras shown will include the 8.9- and 12.3-megapixel models in a compact 28 x 28mm transformable form factor.

Also on display will be the Triton IP67 camera, which features a dustproof and water-resistant camera enclosure and lens tube designed. The camera is suitable for a variety of industrial environments such as food inspection and agriculture where dust, dirt or water can be present. The Triton camera measures 29 x 29mm and features threaded outer lens barrel for fitting an IP67 lens tube.

Lucid’s Phoenix polarisation camera featuring Sony’s IMX250MZR CMOS polarised sensor will be shown. The 5 megapixel global shutter sensor with a pixel size of 3.45µm and frame rates of up to 24fps is based on the popular IMX250 Sony Pregius CMOS mono sensor with polarising filter added to the pixel. The sensor has four different directional polarising filters (0°, 90°, 45°, and 135°) on every four pixels. The Phoenix camera performs on-camera processing using the four directional filters and outputs both the intensity and polarised angle of each image pixel.