Products and Press Releases

Toshiba Teli has launched the Giant Dragon series of high-speed cameras, available with monochrome and colour progressive scan CCDs and resolutions ranging from 640 x 480 pixels to 1600 x 1200 pixels.

LMI Technologies has developed a complete modular vision sensor platform of hardware and software components under its FireSync brand. The system allows integration of components into a machine vision system.

Photron, a high-speed video imaging system manufacturer, has introduced the new 4 Megapixel Fastcam SA2 high-speed camera, delivering up to 1,000fps at full pixel resolution (2K x 2K).

Lumenera, a manufacturer of high performance digital cameras and custom imaging solutions, has released the Lm085, the newest addition to the Lm family of small form factor cameras.

Photron has launched the Fastcam SA3, a megapixel, high-speed video imaging system that is designed to withstand high-G (operation tested to 100G, 10ms, 6 axis) and rugged environments.

Pyser-SGI has released a new range of Fujinon 3 Megapixel vari-focal CCTV lenses for the latest high resolution 1/3- or 1/4-inch format cameras.

Lumenera has introduced the InfinityX-32 pixel shifting camera, specifically designed for customers in the clinical, life and material science fields. The camera offers 32 Megapixel resolution.

Moritex has introduced new additions to its ML-N macro lens range, combining low cost, choice of magnification (0.1x - 1.0x) and long working distance (70 - 350mm).

Firstsight Vision has launched the IPD VA61 compact machine vision system. The VA61 contains all the processing power in a rugged enclosure, instead of the camera head.

Cognex has introduced the Checker 232 model to its Checker vision sensor product line. The camera is designed to inspect small features over a wide area.

4DSP has released a new JPEG2000 hardware compression platform. Powered by Xilinx FPGA accelerators, the system provides improved image compression to meet the needs of next-generation digital cameras.

Sensors Unlimited has launched a new night vision and laser detection camera that is effective from near infrared (NIR) to shortwave infrared (SWIR) wavelengths.

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