Tethered head allows remote imaging Model ES 1.0/TH is claimed as the first MegaPlus camera to

Tethered head allows remote imaging Model ES 1.0/TH is claimed as the first MegaPlus camera to feature a tethered head, allowing OEMs to perform high-resolution imaging in tightly confined spaces. Measuring 2.1 ¥ 2.1 ¥ 1.9 in., the tethered-head camera features a 1k ¥ 1k-pixel sensor array and offers electronic shuttering and 30-frame/s operation. Offering 8-bit/pixel resolution, the camera works with PC, Sun Microsystems, and Macintosh computer systems. A standard configuration pr

Tethered head allows remote imaging Model ES 1.0/TH is claimed as the first MegaPlus camera to feature a tethered head, allowing OEMs to perform high-resolution imaging in tightly confined spaces. Measuring 2.1 ¥ 2.1 ¥ 1.9 in., the tethered-head camera features a 1k ¥ 1k-pixel sensor array and offers electronic shuttering and 30-frame/s operation. Offering 8-bit/pixel resolution, the camera works with PC, Sun Microsystems, and Macintosh computer systems. A standard configuration provides a C-mount lens and a rear 1-m cable to the main camera body. Eastman Kodak, 11633 Sorrento Valley Rd., San Diego, CA 92121; (619) 535-2909; (619) 792-3179.

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