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Alrad Imaging has released the ARTCAM-900MI-USB3.0, the first in a USB3.0 camera range being launched by Japanese CMOS and CCD camera specialist Artray.

The camera has a 9 Megapixel Aptina 1/2.3-inch format CMOS sensor with 3,488 x 2,616 pixels and a rolling shutter. It delivers 11fps, as compared to 3fps for its USB2.0 predecessor. The body has a standard C-mount fitting and power is supplied via the USB3.0 interface which makes the camera easy to use in many different applications.

A software development kit, software for two dimensional measurements, sequence recording software and a LabView DLL are all optional features.