Press Releases

Baumer has released the new TX series Fire Wire cameras. The cameras are faster, more compact, more accurate, more intelligent and better value for money than previous lines.

Baumer has released the FGX series of GigE cameras, with resolutions from VGA up to 4 Megapixels in monochrome and colour.

The new software driver version 2.40 for the uEye cameras from IDS now supports the latest Microsoft operating system (32-bit). The release also includes a range of new functions.

With the recent introduction of the Guppy camera range Allied Vision Technologies provides an attractive solution for industrial users intending to upgrade from analogue to digital technologies.

SVS-Vistek has introduced the svs414, a new model in its SVCam series. It is a progressive-scan camera with a resolution of 640 x 480 pixel and Camera Link interface.

Point Grey Research has released the Bumblebee XB3 stereovision camera system. The three-sensor multi-baseline IEEE-1394b stereo camera delivers high-resolution 3D images and complete stereo processing support.

JAI has expanded its line of high-resolution, high performance GigE cameras with the TM-2040GE. It offers two-Megapixel UXGA resolution and software-selectable operation that allows users to choose between dual or single tap mode.

The Lynx family of Gigabit Ethernet cameras from Imperx are now fully compliant with the GenICam and GigE Vision interface standards.

StockerYale's LED Spot Projectors are high-intensity LED spotlights that are designed to replace conventional halogen point-sources as well as fibre optic illumination solutions.

Point Grey Research has introduced the new 2.0-Megapixel version of its Flea2 camera. It is very compact and incorporates the Sony ICX274 1/1.8-inch progressive scan CCD image sensor.

Lumenera has released the Lw11059 series of CCD Megapixel USB 2.0 cameras, designed for use in a variety of industrial and scientific applications that require good performance in low light conditions.

Matrox Imaging has released the Matrox Vio Analog, the newest member of the Matrox Vio family of boards for video capture and display.