The Imaging Source releases new Sony Polarsens camera line

The new USB 3.0 and GigE polarization cameras are each available in color or monochrome models.

The Imaging Source Polarsens Cameras

Based on the Sony Polarsens 5.1 MPixel IMX250MZR and IMX250MYR global-shutter CMOS image sensor in 2/3” optical format, The Imaging Source has released USB 3.0 and GigE polarization cameras, each available in color or monochrome models.

The DYK 33UX250 and DZK 33UX250 USB 3.0 cameras can achieve up to 75 fps. The DYK 33GX250 and DZK 33GX250 GigE models can achieve up to 25 fps. All four cameras feature a 3.45 µm pixel, C/CS lens mount, gain of 0 to 48 dB, an operating temperature of -5° C to 45° C, and a 29 x 29 x 57 mm footprint.

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Contact: The Imaging Source
Headquarters: Bremen, Germany
Product: Sony Polarsens 5.1 MPixel cameras
Key Features: IMX250MZR and IMX250MYR image sensors, USB 3.0 or GigE interface, 3.45 µm pixel, C/CS lens mount, 0 to 48 dB gain.

What The Imaging Source says: View more information on the DYK 33UX250, DZK 33UX250, DYK 33GX250, and DZK 33GX250 cameras.


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