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Eight megapixel CMOS cameras

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With the release of two new 8 megapixel CMOS cameras, MV1-D3360-96-G2-10 (GigE Vision) and MV1-D3360-160-CL-10 (Base Camera Link), Photonfocus broadens their portfolio of CMOSIS CMOS image sensor-based cameras and now offers resolutions ranging from 2 megapixels to 12 megapixels. The CMV8000 CMOS image sensor has a resolution of 3360 x 2496 pixels with a 5.5um pixel. The optical format is 4/3" which allows the usage of cost-efficient C-mount lenses with an image diameter of 23 mm.

The monochrome camera model MV1-D3360-96-G2-10 can be made available upon request with Photonfocus' proprietary Dual-Rate (DR1) or Quad-Rate (QR1) technology allowing for high frame rates that exceed those of standard GigE cameras. Photofocus' 3D04 IP-core with peak detection can also be implemented into this new camera model and provides an excellent solution for fast laser triangulation systems with scan widths over 3K pixels. On request Photonfocus can also supply colour cameras.

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