Products and Press Releases

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

Distributed in UK, France and Italy by BFi OPTiLAS, US company Fairchild Imaging has launched the Osprey CCD/CAM-4KTDI, an ultra-sensitive camera for use in line scan applications.

Fairchild Imaging, based in the US, has introduced a line of low-noise, multi-port, cooled scientific cameras based on a CCD sensor, (4096 x 4096 pixels, 15µm pitch).

For its Gigabit Ethernet camera series, IDS Imaging Development Systems has introduced a design with a 90° angled sensor module, developed specifically for applications with limited space for camera integration.

Euresys has launched the Picolo V16 H.264, a video capture board with audio capability featuring H.264 on-board compression for 16 video inputs.

Toshiba Imaging Systems Division, a provider of high definition (HD) industrial camera technology, has introduced the IK-HR1D, an affordable HDTV camera featuring full 1080 progressive scan resolution.

Basler Vision Technologies is expanding its high sensitivity Sprint line scan family by adding colour variants with the resolutions of 2k, 4k and 8k.

Specialised Imaging, a manufacturer of ultra high-speed imaging systems and components, has introduced the SIL-2 family of high performance, gated image intensifier systems.

Andor Technology, a provider of scientific imaging and spectroscopy solutions, has launched the iKon-M X-ray camera, designed to deliver high-performance solutions for direct detection X-ray needs.

Thermo Fisher Scientific has introduced the Thermo Scientific Nicolet iN10 MX infrared imaging microscope, which enables analysts to quickly determine the identity and distribution of chemical species at microscopic scale.

NET (New Electronic Technology) has launched the KSU5600 USB colour video camera controller for remote camera heads. The camera controller works with Sony CCD image sensors from 1/10-inch to 1/2-inch.

XenICs, a developer and manufacturer of advanced infrared detectors and customised imaging solutions, has introduced the Gobi-384, an uncooled microbolometer camera covering the LWIR 8-14µm.

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