FluxData to showcase multispectral camera systems at SPIE Photonics West 2014
FluxData’s FD-1665 3CCD sensor line of multispectral cameras—which are offered in a range of sizes, from 0.3 MPixel to 2 MPixel sensors—will be showcased at SPIE Photonics West 2014 in San Francisco from February 1-6.
FluxData’s FD-1665 3CCD sensor line of multispectral cameras is offered in a range of sizes, from 0.3 MPixel to 2 MPixel sensors. The cameras operate in the spectral range from visible to shortwave infrared, 400nm to 1,700 nm. In addition, FD-1665 cameras are offered in multispectral or polarimetric configurations, and feature GigE, Camera Link, or Firewire interfaces. The image sensors offered in the FD-1665 series are progressive scan CCD image sensors from Sony or Micron, depending on the model. All of the models feature a Nikon F-Mount or T-Mount lens mount and automatic, manual, and one-push electronic shutter modes, which are programmable via software. FluxData will showcase the FD-1665 cameras at SPIE Photonics West 2014 in San Francisco from February 1-6.
SPIE Photonics West 2014 booth number: 500
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Headquarters: Rochester, NY, USA
Product: FD-1665 multispectral cameras
Key Features:0.3 MPixel to 2 MPixel sensor sizes, Sony ICX and Micron CCD image sensor, GigE, Camera Link, or Firewire interfaces.
What FluxData says:
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