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Lucid Vision Labs

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Lucid Vision Labs (1C62) will introduce two GigE Vision camera families at the trade fair. The Triton camera features active sensor alignment for excellent optical performance. It measure 29 x 29mm and offers IP67 protection for harsh environments, along with M12 Ethernet and M8 GPIO robust connectors. Triton ranges from 0.4-megapixel to 20-megapixel resolution, including the 5 megapixel Sony IMX250MZR/MYR polarised, the 12.3-megapixel IMX304, and 20-megapixel IMX183 sensors.

Also new from Lucid is Atlas, a 5GBase-T PoE camera capable of 600MB/s over standard Ethernet cables up to 100 metres. Measuring 55 x 55mm, the Atlas is equipped with a M35 lens mount that can easily be adapted to F-mount. The first Atlas model features the new 31-megapixel Sony IMX342 APS-C format global shutter CMOS, followed by the 19-megapixel IMX367 and the 16-megapixel IMX387 sensors.