360° spherical camera from FLIR features six Sony Pregius CMOS sensors

FLIR (formerly Point Grey), has announced the release of the Ladybug5+ 360° spherical camera, which features a USB 3.1 Gen 1. interface and several improvements over the previous Ladybug camera models.

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FLIR (formerly Point Grey), has announced the release of the Ladybug5+ 360° spherical camera, which features a USB 3.1 Gen 1. interface and several improvements over the previous Ladybug camera models. The Ladybug5+ camera features six of the Sony IMX264 color CMOS sensor, which is a 5 MPixel global shutter sensor with a 3.45 µm pixel size. The camera can reach a frame rate of up to 60 fps at 2448 x 1024 and features six 4.4 mm focal length lenses, a field of view of 90% of the full sphere, and a spherical distance from 2 m to infinity. Additionally, the camera features 12-bit raw uncompressed imaging, a post-processing workflow, a software and hardware development kit, an operating temperature range of -4° to 122°F, and IP65 protective housing.

To Learn More:

Contact:FLIR (Formerly Point Grey)
Headquarters: Richmond, BC, Canada
Product:
Ladybug5+ 360° spherical camera
Key Features: Six 5 MPixel Sony IMX264 global shutter color CMOS image sensors, a frame rate of up to 60 fps at 2448 x 1024, field of view of 90% of the full sphere.

What FLIR says:
View more information on the camera.

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