EMVA1288

Professor Dr Bernd Jähne will give online training on the new standard as part of the Framos course on 19-20 May

Release 4.0 of EMVA1288 addresses non-linear cameras

The European Machine Vision Association has announced release 4.0 of its 1288 standard for characterising industrial cameras

EMVA 1288 online training

Participants will gain experience with EMVA 1288 standard measurements, using the required measuring equipment. They will learn the optimum setup, and how to analyse the results. The course is targeted to all who applies the EMVA 1288 standard, either in development or when testing and comparing cameras. The speaker is Prof. Dr. Bernd Jähne, a member of the EMVA board with many years of experience in teaching and education.

Flir White Paper Series: How to Evaluate Camera Sensitivity

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Comparing basic camera specifications such as frame rate, resolution and interface is easy. Comparing imaging performance of cameras such as quantum efficiency, temporal dark noise and saturation capacity is not. First we need to understand what these various measurements really mean. This white paper will address these questions and will explain how to compare and select cameras based on the imaging performance data following the EMVA1288 standard.

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