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Photonfocus has introduced a NIR sensitive camera, the MV1-D2048I, as a member of the 4 megapixel MV1-D2048 camera series. The quantum efficiency of the model at 850nm is 35 per cent and 10 per cent at 950nm. In comparison, the quantum efficiency of the MV1-D1312IE 1.4 megapixel camera is 40 per cent and 20 per cent respectively. The MV1-D1280I 1.3 megapixel cameras, with deep depletion photodiodes, also have a QE of 40 per cent and 20 per cent respectively.

The Photonfocus MV1-D2048(I/C) 4 megapixel camera series was released two years ago with version three (v3) of the CMV4000 CMOS image sensor. In order to enhance the sensor performance under all working conditions, Photonfocus uses an FPGA sensor control core, which is available in Photonfocus CMOS camera modules.