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Pike F-1100 and F-1600

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Allied Vision Technologies has introduced two new models of its Pike camera family with high-resolution 11 and 16 Megapixel image sensors. The Pike F-1100 and F-1600 have the Kodak sensors used in the Prosilica GE series that provide high resolution and good sensitivity.

On the outside, the two new Pike models differ from the rest of the Pike family with their larger housing, owing to increased sensor size. The original Pike's intrinsic values, such as its comprehensive smart functions for image optimisation and camera control, have remained.

The sensors used in these models function well at warmer temperatures, promising low noise values. The High-SNR mode and the high-quality IR-cut filter provide up to 16-bit genuine image data, high sensitivity, and outstanding image rendering. As with all other Pike cameras, the models are equipped with two IEEE 1394b connections for daisy-chain networking. Along with the classic copper version, an optional version with one copper and one fibre optic connection is available.

These AVT Pike models are especially well suited for demanding applications where image quality, sharpness, precision and detail are essential, such as those in the sciences or in medical technology. The Pike F-1100 and F-1600 will be available beginning Q2/2010.

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