The high-resolution 47-MPixel Atlas10 camera from LUCID Vision Labs has entered series production. The camera features Sony’s IMX492 rolling shutter CMOS image sensor offering 8240 x 5628 pixel resolution and 4/3" sensor size, running at 22.6 fps at 10-Bit ADC. It uses a TFL lens mount, allowing for a better illumination on the edges of larger sensors. Atlas10 features Active Sensor Alignment, which helps to maximize the optical performance of large format sensors. The camera is designed to work with the company’s Arena software development kit (SDK), which supports Windows, Linux 64-bit and Linux ARM operating systems, as well as C, C++, C#, and Python programming languages.
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Contact: LUCID Vision Labs
Headquarters: Richmond, BC, Canada
Product: Atlas10 camera
Key Features: 10 Gigabit Ethernet with PoE, Sony’s IMX492 rolling shutter CMOS image sensor, TFL lens mount
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