See very-high-resolution cameras at Photonex 2011

06 September 2011

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See very-high-resolution cameras at Photonex 2011Stemmer Imaging will be demonstrating multiple very-high-resolution cameras on Stand D01 at Photonex, which takes place at The Ricoh Arena, Coventry, on 18/19 October 2011. Other demonstrations will include smart cameras, multi-camera compact vision systems and near-infrared (NIR) cameras. Important imaging components such as laser LEDs and high-resolution lenses will also be on show.

More very-high-resolution cameras are becoming available for industrial and scientific imaging applications. On show at Photonex will be the 29 megapixel Prosilica GX6600 from AVT featuring dual GigE outputs using Link Aggregation Group technology for ultra-high data rates. Stemmer Imaging's CVC Ultra 45MP CL colour cameras offer exceptional resolution of up to 45 million pixels using pixel shift technology. The IDS UI1495LE-C USB camera provides 10 megapixel resolution for inspection and scientific imaging, while the JAI AT200GE gives 3CCD colour imaging with 2 megapixel resolution.

Smart imaging capabilities on show include Teledyne DALSA's single-point BOA smart camera and GEVA multi-point camera imaging systems, which operate under common imaging software. GEVA is a cost-effective single intelligent controller for multiple cameras. Near-IR imaging capabilities can be seen through a solar cell inspection demonstration using a Xenics InGaAs camera.

Visit Stemmer Imaging's stand at Photonex for more information, or contact the company now.

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