Point Grey will have live demonstrations of its Blackfly GigE cameras and Ladybug5 360° cameras, as well as its latest Grasshopper3 model, which is the world’s first machine vision camera with Sony global shutter CMOS technology at VisionChina 2014 from March 18-20.
Point Grey’s latest Grasshopper3 model features a monochrome 1/1.2” 2.3 MPixel IMX174 Sony global shutter CMOS image sensor and frame rates up to 162 fps.
The Power over Ethernet GigE Vision Blackfly camera line ranges from 0.5 MPixel to 5 MPixel and features CCD and CMOS image sensors and frame rates up to 60 fps.
Lastly, Point Grey’s 30 MPixel Ladybug5 spherical imaging system features a 5 Gbit/s USB 3.0 interface and 5 MPixel Sony CCD global shutter image sensors.
VisionChina booth number: E.1326
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Headquarters: Richmond, BC, Canada
Product: Grasshopper 3 cameras, Blackfly cameras, and Ladybug5 cameras.
Key Features: Sony global shutter CMOS, 162 fps (Grasshopper3), Power over Ethernet, 0.5 MPixel to 5 Mpixel, CCD/CMOS sensors (Blackfly), 30 MPixel, a 5 Gbit/s USB 3.0 interface, Sony CCD sensors (Ladybug5.)
What Point Grey says:
View more information on Grasshopper3 cameras.
View more information on Blackfly cameras.
View more information on Ladybug5 cameras.
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