The Imaging Source introduces 10 MPixel USB 3.0 cameras
The Imaging Source has announced the release of two new cameras, the DMK 24UJ003 and the DFK 24UJ003 cameras (color or monochrome) which feature a 10 MPixel sensor and a USB 3.0 interface.
The Imaging Source has announced the release of two new cameras, the DMK 24UJ003 and the DFK 24UJ003 cameras (color or monochrome) which feature a 10 MPixel sensor and a USB 3.0 interface. The cameras feature an Aptina MT9J003 rolling shutter CMOS image sensor with a 1.67 µm x 1.67 µm pixel size that achieves a full frame rate of 30 fps. (IR cut filter available on color model.) In addition, the cameras feature a C/CS lens mount, software support for Windows and Linux, an SDK, and drivers for third party software including TWAIN, VfW, LabVIEW, MATLAB, ActivVisionTools, HALCON, VisionPro, and NeuroCheck. The 10 MPixel cameras are suitable for use in factory automation, microscopy, logistics, medical imaging, scientific imaging, and security applications.
To Learn More:
Contact: The Imaging Source
Headquarters: Charlotte, NC, USA
Product: DMK/DFK 24UJ003 USB 3.0 cameras
Key Features: 1/2.3” 10 MPixel Aptina CMOS image sensors, 1.67 µm x 1.67 µm pixel size, 30 fps at full HD, USB 3.0 interface, SDK, third-party drivers.
Share new products that you think are particularly interesting or helpful by contacting James Carroll, Senior Web Editor, Vision Systems Design.