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CMC-4000 camera

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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. Owing to a reduction of the read-out area (ROI) the image rate can even be considerably increased.

The camera is equipped with a global-shutter sensor exposing all pixels simultaneously, enabling the recording of fast moving objects. The CMOS sensor produces excellent low-noise images through 10-bit AD converters and an internal fixed pattern noise correction. The digital data output is dual Camera Link (10-tap) with 8 bits per pixel.

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