Products and Press Releases

Rad-icon Imaging has introduced the Skia-Graph 8 radiation sensitive camera. It consists of eight CMOS sensors tiled in a 2 x 4 matrix for a total active sensing area of 8 x 8 inches.

Optronis has launched the CamRecord CR high-speed camera series. Its compact design offers excellent performance and flexibility for the visualisation and analysis of high-speed phenomena.

Olympus has launched the Cell* family range of mutually compatible imaging systems, combining excellent performance with user-friendly operation.

Jenoptik has launched Version 2.6 of its CapturePro image acquisition software for ProgRes microscope cameras. Version 2.6 offers a series of functions and enhancements that make camera operation easier.

Jenoptik has introduced an Image J driver available for ProgRes microscope cameras.

Photonfocus has launched the MV-D1024E-3D01-160 camera, which is optimised for 3D laser triangulation applications. The 3D camera uses an algorithm for accurate and robust laser line detection, called Peak Detector.

Photonfocus has introduced the A1312 series of CMOS sensors. The sensors are designed and fabricated in a 0.35µm CMOS technology optimised for outstanding sensitivity and quantum efficiency.

Toshiba Teli has introduced the CleverDragon CSC12M25BMP19 camera, aimed at the most demanding requirements of industrial image processing.

Andor Technology, a provider of scientific imaging and spectroscopy solutions, has released Komet 6.0, a software program for imaging and analysis of comet assay specimens.

VDS Vosskühler has launched the NIR-600 near-infrared camera. The camera is based on an InGaAs sensor and is optimised for wavelengths within 0.9–1.7µm.

Point Grey Research, a provider of advanced imaging products, has added USB 2.0 cameras to its existing line of FireWire digital imaging products.

Sony Europe's Image Sensing Solutions Division (SISS) has introduced a standardised interface, developed by Tagarno, for its FCB-H10 high-definition camera.

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