Polarization camera introduced by JAI

Adding to its Go Series of machine vision cameras, JAI has introduced the GO-5100MP-USB camera, which is built around a polarized CMOS image sensor. T

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Adding to its Go Series of machine vision cameras, JAI has introduced the GO-5100MP-USB camera, which is built around a polarized CMOS image sensor. The sensor is the IMX250MZR from Sony, which is a 5.1 MPixel sensor that features a four-way polarized filter design, which consists of four separate polarizing filters – angled at 0°, 45°, 90°, and 135° - that have been arranged in a regular pattern across the sensor. Each block of four pixels can be used as a calculation block to determine the angle and intensity of light reflecting from objects. Additionally, the machine vision camera features a USB3 Vision interface, enabling it to provide full resolution, 8-bit output at up to 74 fps, with 10-bit and 12-bit output also support.

To Learn More:

Contact: JAI
Headquarters: San Jose, CA, USA
Product: Go Series polarization camera
Key Features:
5.1 MPixel IMX250MZR from Sony with four-way polarized filter design: four separate polarizing filters – angled at 0°, 45°, 90°, and 135° - that have been arranged in a regular pattern across the sensor.

What JAI says:
View more information on Go cameras.
View a press release on the new camera.

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