Low light CMOS camera from Photonfocus to be showcased at LASER World of Photonics
On display at the Photonfocus booth at LASER World of Photonics 2015 will be the MV1-R1280-G2 low light CMOS camera, which features a proprietary 1.3 MPixel rolling shutter CMOS image sensor.
On display at the Photonfocus booth at LASER World of Photonics 2015 will be the MV1-R1280-G2 low light CMOS camera. The monochrome camera, which has a GigE interface, features a proprietary CMOS image sensor. The sensor is a 2/3”, 1.3 MPixel rolling shutter CMOS sensor with a 7.1 μm pixel size that can achieve frame rates up to 33 fps at full resolution. The sensor, according to Photonfocus, utilizes a method of exposure and an optimized analog-to-digital conversion to reduce the read out noise under 1e-. Furthermore, the MV1-R1280-G2 CMOS camera features a dynamic range of 82 dB, a configurable region of interest mode, image correction, and a software development kit.
LASER World of Photonics booth number: Hall A2 Booth 213
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Headquarters: Lachen, Switzerland
Product: MV1-R1280-G2 CMOS camera
Key Features: Proprietary 1.3 MPixel CMOS image sensor, 7.1 μm pixel size, 30 fps, dynamic range of 82 dB, configurable ROI.
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