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Flex camera design and IP69 camera housing

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Imperx has introduced its Flex camera design and its rugged IP69 camera housing for airborne imaging applications at SPIE DSS. 

The Flex design allows the Bobcat 2.0 CCD camera's internal boards to be separated by up to 10 inches, enabling any of the Imperx cameras to be converted into a high performance, remote head camera.

Imperx has also released IP69 housing for its Bobcat 2.0 CCD HD-SDI cameras. In the IP69 housing, the cameras will operate in wet conditions and distances up to 60,000 ft altitude. These cameras are perfect for use in aviation, aerial imaging or in areas where temperature and weather is constantly changing.

Bobcat 2.0 CCD series camera models range from VGA to 29 megapixel with several interfaces to choose from, including GigE Vision, PoE, Camera Link, HD-SDI and CoaXPress. 

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