Lumenera has introduced the InfinityX-32 pixel shifting camera, specifically designed for customers in the clinical, life and material science fields. The camera offers 32 Megapixel resolution, high sensitivity, 12-bit data, and low noise levels.
The InfinityX-32 is based on the Sony ICX274 CCD sensor, a progressive scan 2.0 Megapixel sensor comprised of 4.4µm square pixels in a 1616 x 1216 array. DeltaVu technology captures still images at user selectable resolutions between 2 and 32 Megapixels, maximising the resolving power of the microscopic optics. This technology shifts the sensor at sub-pixel resolution between each image capture, resulting in a Megapixel image with precise detail and high colour reproduction.
Live video provides real-time focus, while auto exposure and auto white balance provide high quality images. A USB 2.0 digital interface ensures a simple plug-and-play installation. Available in both colour and monochrome, the InfinityX-32 is fully supported by Lumenera's easy-to-use Infinity Analyze software, with a wide variety of functions for image enhancement and analysis, including measurement, annotation, archiving and image processing. Advanced camera control is available through a Software Developers Kit, while Twain and DirectX drivers ensure integration and compatibility with a range of third party software applications.