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Two and 4 Megapixel camera series

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Photonfocus has released competitively priced 2 and 4 Megapixel camera series based on the Cmosis image sensors. The cameras are available with either Base Camera Link or GigE Vision interfaces.

Imaging is enhanced by Photonfocus’ optimised programming of the Cmosis sensor’s external timing. The 4 Megapixel models feature the latest V3 version of the Cmosis CMV4000 sensor which has been updated to reduce black-sun effect. In addition to the standard Photonfocus camera features, the new camera series also includes a dynamic speed booster designed to maximise frame rates of smaller ROIs in the X direction.

Taking advantage of the 2 Megapixel sensor’s high-speed readout, Photonfocus has implemented a line scan mode which allows the Base Camera Link and GigE Vision versions of this camera to operate at line rates typically only achieved in Full Camera Link cameras.

The 2 Megapixel sensor will also be added to the company’s DR1 double rate series further enhancing its offerings in the motion analysis markets. Upon request, Photonfocus can also develop a 4 Megapixel version of the DR1 with up to 45fps at full resolution over a GigE Vision interface.

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