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Spring is Here And That Means Lots of Camera News

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This time of year usually means a crop of camera news and the team at MVPro asked some of the leading sector companies to send in their latest news and updates


FRAMOS

Industrial Cameras – Trends and the Market

We kick off our feature with a study from FRAMOS entitled Industrial Cameras – Trends and the Market. It’s the 11th such study and answers come from 61 camera manufacturers and vision users from 22 countries, and provides insights into the vision camera market.

Claudia Unterhuber, Head of Marketing at FRAMOS told us: “With greater competition from Asia and the trend toward embedded vision; some manufacturers see the risk that traditional camera solutions will become obsolete. A few also look skeptical at machines and devices that see in almost all industrial sectors and the consumer market, may resulting in a market fragmentation.”

The report said: “Traditional machine vision and modular embedded vision will support the vision industry’s further grow. Users and manufacturers of industrial cameras rely on outstanding sensor performance; simple connectivity and integration; and, mass-market-ready technologies like 3D, polarization, and artificial intelligence. Where possible, this technology can be mounted on sensor board modules to allow smart devices, machines in industry and the consumer market to be visual. Automation can allow for 100% control, while embedded imaging technology in everyday devices can improve the quality of life.

“In contrast, most manufacturers see embedded vision as one of the greatest opportunities to integrate image processing in all areas of life and work. 3D imaging and vision devices with artificial intelligence are factors boosting the industry.

“Manufactures and users still predict falling camera prices. The significant shift from high to lower priced cameras can likely be explained with the increased competition, the technical development that allows greater performance for lower cost, and modularization through embedded vision. Consequently, the strongest growth is predicted for OEM camera modules and 3D cameras. This growth will continue to drive embedded vision and ensure greater accuracy of predictions based on 3D data. Autonomous devices like robots in industry; logistics and smart homes; along with drones, AR/VR/MR, autonomous cars; and, other intelligent machines in all areas of life will benefit.

“For the image sensor as heart of every vision camera, there is a clear difference between traditional machine vision and advanced embedded vision in the industrial and consumer sectors. Embedded applications require mostly high resolution, sensitivity and analysis quality, to achieve the greatest possible level of reliability and accuracy. This level of reliability and accuracy is ideally true in 3D, for precise processing and control in real time. In contrast, measurement and testing tasks can be performed at lower resolutions and speeds.”

Sensor Modules are the New Embedded Vision Cameras

“Embedded vision requires high-performance sensor modules. NVIDIA Tegra, Intel’s Movidius and Qualcomm Snapdragon are the platforms of choice. Manufacturers value the uniqueness and differentiation of their own developed solutions, while users prefer off-the-shelf solutions to concentrate on their core activities.

“The results of this year’s FRAMOS Market Study mirror the industry’s change towards embedded vision cameras. As vision technology enters the industrial and consumer mass-markets, camera systems which can be easily developed are needed – preferably on a modular approach, both powerful and highly standardized for scalability. Technological progress and miniaturization have given a decisive boost to the progressive modularization of embedded vision cameras and its growth.”

PRODUCT NEWS

FRAMOS is also making available the Intel RealSense T265 Tracking Camera, with Fusing Vision and IMU Data.

 

The Intel Corporation recently launched its Intel® RealSense T265 Tracking Camera, introducing a new class of stand-alone simultaneous localization and mapping device. The compact camera’s tracking is based on visual and inertial sensor fusion and brings SLAM visual mapping to autonomous devices. The T265 plug-and-play device outputs 6 DoF data for precise mapping for the exact orientation and navigation of robots, drones and an immersive experience in Augmented and Virtual Reality.

The Intel RealSense T265 Tracking Camera uses inputs from dual fisheye cameras and a Bosch IMU along with its own processor on board. The Movidius MA215x ASIC provides edge processing capabilities to provide the host system with 6 DoF poses. These real-time six degrees of freedom measurements enhance translation and rotation data which is crucial for pose estimation for autonomous devices, and for detecting the environment to move without collisions or other errors. The camera’s SLAM system helps machines and devices to navigate in warehouses, at logistic centers and other places without GPS.

Darren Bessette, Category Manager Devices at FRAMOS, said: “Until now, developers were heavily challenged to use a single IMU or vision sensor to measure both orientation and translation in space. Intel’s T265 hybrid approach improves the precision of pose estimation for drones, robots and the immersive experience in AR/VR applications based on the paired strengths of both measuring methods. Saving development time and resources, this precise 6 DoF poses output is a huge improvement in a ready-to-embed camera device having such a small form factor. Intel’s T265 tracking camera makes precise 3D pose estimation available off-the-shelf for building autonomous devices on the edge.”

The Intel® RealSense T265 Tracking Camera has one main board which includes all components on a single board. Middleware processing is provided directly on the Movidius Myriad 2MA215x ASIC chip, which enables a higher CPU performance in order to provide the host system with 6 DoF poses with low latency. The Bosch BMI055 IMU provides an accelerometer and gyroscope with high sample rates in a single package while the OV9282 fisheye camera contains a monochrome Global Shutter image sensor with more than 160-degree view, complemented by an IR cut filter. The T265 camera comes with USB 3.0 support, though USB 2.0 video streaming is sufficient for running the system.


NERIAN

Karmin2 color

For a long time, Nerian has been providing fast stereo camera systems that are based on monochrome image sensors. Monochrome sensors work well for stereo vision due to their high light sensitivity and low noise. These characteristics are particularly important for high speed applications, such as the 100 fps depth imaging that can be done with Nerian’s SceneScan Pro.

While color information is of limited benefit for depth perception, it might be very relevant for onward-processing of the obtained depth maps or 3D point clouds. One example application is the detection of fruits for picking automation. Segmenting a fruit from the surrounding vegetation can be easily done using a color 2D image. For actual picking, however, the fruit’s 3D location and size is needed, which can be obtained from the 3D data.

Up until now, customers who wanted to realize one such application required two cameras: one monochrome stereo camera for depth perception and one color camera for fruit detection. Both cameras would have to be precisely calibrated in order to allow a correlation of the color and depth data.

With the release of Nerian’s new color stereo camera model – Karmin2 color – realizing such applications has become much simpler. The camera acquires a full color stereo frame, which can now be processed with the new firmware released for SceneScan Pro. The user receives a 3D point cloud, with color information available for every single 3D point, or a color image that exactly matches with the computed depth map.

Using a color stereo camera rather than a combination of monochrome and color cameras reduces system complexity and costs. The substantially larger size of color images means that a color stereo system does not quite provide the same performance as a monochrome system. But with up to 50 fps and image resolutions up to 0.75 megapixels, the performance is still more than sufficient for most applications.


SONY

Sony XCG-CP510 polarised machine vision camera now available in mass-production quantities

The Sony XCG-CP510 polarised machine vision camera and SDK are now available in mass-production quantities

The SDK simplifies application development and speeds time to market for developers when using 5.1 MP, 4-way polarised light module. It also simplifies stress inspection, contrast improvement, glare removal, scratch detection, object detection/ removal/ enhancement

Sony Europe’s Image Sensing Solutions’ XCG-CP510, the first in a new category of polarised machine vision cameras, is now available in mass-production quantities.

The module is the industry’s first polarised camera to feature an SDK, which includes a range of reference applications. This will significantly cut development time and cost for system integrators creating applications using polarised modules.

The XCG-CP510, and the new category, is based on Sony’s newly developed IMX250MZR global shutter CMOS sensor, which uses monochrome quad polarised filters to capture polarised light in four planes.

To extract the best-possible image from the Sony sensor, the design of the XCG-CP510 module has been optimised by Sony’s industrial camera engineers and outputs 5.1 MP polarised B/W images at 23 fps, transmitted over a GigE interface.

Usage scenarios that would benefit the new camera category include stress inspection, contrast improvement, scratch detection and object detection /removal / enhancement from a single image capture. Sony is targeting a wide range of manufacturing applications – from glass inspection to electronics – as well as the ITS and security sectors.

Arnaud Destruels, Marketing Manager, Sony ISS said: “This continues Sony’s history of innovation and precision, with the sensor and camera engineers working closely to enable the best possible image to be created, while building in several beneficial features within a small footprint.”

The small footprint of this cubic camera also includes multiple trigger modes: edge detection, pulse width detection, bulk trigger, sequential trigger, free set sequence and a burst-trigger function. Additionally, the module can be fired via hardware or software triggers or via the IEEE1588 precision timing protocol, with the unit capable of acting as either a slave or dynamically assigned master device.

The IMX250MZR, Sony’s newest image sensor, is a 2/3- type PregiusⓇ GS CMOS sensor and uses four different angled polarisers, with each pixel polarised for either 90o, 45o, 135o or 0o. A four-pixel (2 x 2) calculation unit is then created to capture light in four planes.

The camera also achieves a greater sensitivity with improved extinction ratio through Sony’s Wire Grid Polariser technology, which places the on-chip polariser beneath an on-chip lens.


ALLIED VISION

Extends range feature set of Mako G cameras equipped with Sony Pregius CMOS

Allied Vision has extended the feature set of the Mako G cameras equipped with the Sony Pregius CMOS sensor following a firmware update.

The Mako G-040, Mako G-158, Mako G-234, Mako G-319 as well as Mako G-507 now support IEEE 1588 Precision Time Protocol (PTP) support and action commands for triggering the camera via the Ethernet connection (ToE).

These cameras, said Allied Vision, now offers a more comprehensive feature set, the latest Sony CMOS sensors, and support for popular C- and CS-Mount lenses in an ultra-compact housing (29 mm × 29mm). With the new features, the Mako G cameras are particularly suitable for use in multi-camera applications.

Also out is Allied Vision’s Mako camera with Polarization Sensor Technology. The company has released new Mako GigE Vision CMOS camera model equipped with polarization filter technology from Sony.

The new Mako G-508B POL camera is equipped with a PolarsensTM 5.0 Megapixel CMOS sensor from Sony (IMX250MZR). With the new polarizer camera Allied Vision offers a cost-effective tool to unveil features not visible with conventional imaging solutions.

Improving visibility with polarization image data.

The IMX250MZR CMOS sensor incorporates the latest four-directional polarization filter technology from Sony. The on-chip nanowire polarizing layer supports four orientations (0°, 45°, 90°, and 135°) so that each pixel of the sensor captures polarized light in relation to its specific wire-grid axis. Four pixels together build a calculation unit to determine for each pixel the intensity and angle of polarization.

By using polarized image data, reflections that make the inspection of surfaces difficult can be reduced, contrast can be enhanced in low-light conditions to detect shapes, and various material properties can be detected, like stress, composition, or surface structure. The Mako G-508B POL enables an eased usability to gather polarization imaging data, as replacement or manual rotation of polarization filters is not necessary anymore. It also reduces costs due to a minimized system setup, compared to traditional polarization imaging methods.


EMERGENT

Adds four camera models with polarization image sensors

Emergent Vision Technologies has added four camera models with polarization image sensors featuring Sony’s Polarsens technology to its HR and HT series of cameras with a 10 GigE interface: The 5 Megapixel HR-5000-Sand HT-5000-S series (Sony IMX250MYR / MZR), and the 12 Megapixel HR-12000-S and HT-12000-S series (Sony IMX253MYR / MZR).

Sony’s Polarsens technology is based on polarization image sensors with four-directional on-chip polarizer and is aimed at the industrial market. The polarizer is formed on chip under the on-chip lens layer and is covered with an anti-reflection layer to avoid poor flare and ghost characteristics. Polarized image sensors offer improved brightness and color, and can also capture details, which cannot be detected by normal image sensor in applications such as glass inspection, tablet filling inspection, distortion inspection, and reflection removal.

The IMX250MZR/MYR and IMX253MYR/MZR feature an analog memory inside each pixel. This enables high frame rate, excellent picture quality imaging, and helps prevent focal plane distortion for fast moving objects.

Emergent Vision Technologies’ HR and HT Series were the very first 10 GigE cameras to be introduced on to the market. Both series offer camera models between 2 and 50 megapixels. HR Series models are equipped with a high-speed 10 GigE SFP+ interface. SFP+ offers users with several options to cover cable length requirements for all applications at competitive prices. HT Series cameras feature a high-speed 10GBaseT RJ45 Interface, which offers 10x the speed of GigE and cable lengths up to 100 meters. Both HR and HT series are GigE Vision and Gencam compliant.

Emergent Vision Technologies leverages technologies such as Mellanox’s VMA, Rivermax, and Cspi’s MVA to offload all packet processing to the Network Interface Controllers (NICs). This results in less than 1% CPU utilization and approximately only 100us added latency. These cameras are ideal for a wide-range of applications including solar and display panel inspection, electronic assemblies, large aerial surveillance of sport stadiums, production lines and robotics.

They will be available Q2-2019

 


XENICS

Manx series

The company’s brand-new Manx series, is a family of high performance linear InGaAs cameras.

This short-wave infrared (SWIR) camera provides high quality line-scan imaging at unprecedented speeds of up to 390 kHz line rate. These speeds are currently the highest out of all commercially available SWIR linear cameras.

Achieving new grounds in SWIR imaging speeds enhances inspection processes, increasing daily production capabilities for such applications. Silicon wafer inspections, TFT screen inspections, food and agricultural produce sorting are some industrial applications that would benefit from this new line of ultra-fast linear InGaAs cameras.

The Manx is offered in three different resolutions of 512, 1024 or 2048 pixels. A 2048-pixel resolution Manx camera will be demonstrated on the booth for the event. Gobi+ series – high performance thermal imaging Xenics introduces an addition to the Gobi longwave infrared (LWIR) series: the Gobi+ (plus) series.

This new series of Gobi cameras provide high resolution imaging at full 640 x 480 pixels. In order to fulfill ever higher requirements of demanding applications, the Gobi+ camera series comes with increased performance capabilities. The Gobi+ brings enhanced image quality thanks to improved pixel operability as well as low detector noise of less than 50 mK NETD. High speed imaging is also provided with frame rates up to 60 Hz that can be further increased in windowing mode.

 


MERKUR LINE SCAN CAMERA FROM EVT

EVT told us that the Merkur series is a smart line scan camera from AIC. The smart camera has a FPGA and IP Core for the programming of the FPGA.

The Merkur line scan camera is an efficient solution for the inspection of endless materials such as steel bands, paper webs and glass sheets, etc.

Therefore Merkur can be used for applications and industries such as:

        • The printing industry
        • For the production of paper
        • When producing steel sheets, as well as
        • In textile production, to detect and classify flaws in the material

For example steel sheets are used differently according to their quality. The image processing makes it possible that the flawless parts of steel sheet is used for the bonnet and the doors and the sheet with small flaws is used for the underbody.

 


BASLER

First models of MED ace camera series

Basler

The first models of the Basler MED ace camera series, produced in accordance with DIN EN ISO 13485:2016, have now entered series production (2 MP and 5 MP resolution).

The camera series includes Basler’s first cameras specifically designed for Medical & Life Sciences. They are also the perfect answer to Sony’s discontinuation of CCD sensors. All models are equipped with the best CMOS sensor technology, which scores in terms of image quality and lower costs compared to classic CCD cameras. Featuring Sony’s Pregius sensors or the PYTHON sensors from ON Semiconductor, the Basler MED ace achieves up to 164 frames per second and a resolution of up to 20 MP.

The excellent performance is underscored by pixel sizes up to 5.86 µm, a low temporary dark noise of a minimum of 2e- and sensor sizes up to 1.1 inches.

With certification in accordance with DIN EN ISO 13485:2016, Basler now provides additional quality standards for the production, distribution and service of digital cameras as well as for placing them on the market. International manufacturers of medical devices benefit from an effective quality management system with clearly defined standards. Reliable product quality due to validated and monitored production, traceability and comprehensive change management reduces effort required for audits, product documentation and support in complying with European standards.

The Basler MED ace cameras also have unique Basler MED Feature Sets: Easy Compliance, Brilliant Image, Perfect Color, Low Light Imaging, High Speed and Industrial Excellence. The Feature Sets combine market-leading hardware, firmware and software features. Basler developed them addressing the high imaging demands in Medical & 18 mvpromedia.eu Life Sciences to reduce customers’ development efforts. Basler’s 6 Axis Operator and the Color Calibrator provide full control of the image’s color appearance, which is highly relevant for applications in ophthalmology or microscopy. Basler’s PGI and the other new, automatic image functions deliver supreme image quality in minimal time on color and monochrome cameras.

Vignetting Correction

Basler has introduced the feature of “Vignetting Correction” into selected of its ace U and ace L camera models.

“Vignetting Correction” allows the correction of edge shadowing in the case of an image circle that is too small in relation to the sensor size. It allows users to take advantage of smaller, less expensive lenses without sacrificing image quality.

Vignetting is a well-known phenomenon in image processing and describes the decrease in image brightness towards the edge. If the image circle of the lens used is too small in relation to the camera sensor, this effect can manifest strongly and affect the image quality.

Details at the edge of the sensor can then only be inspected poorly, or not at all.

Vignetting Correction is a patent-pending feature from Basler that, it said, corrects the described unwanted effect in a unique way, thereby enabling cost savings when combining cameras and lenses. After a one-time calibration of the camera, there are no negative effects on frame rate or image quality as the correction values are stored in the camera and automatically taken into account in the image output.

New ace U models

Four new, high-resolution Basler ace U models have now entered series production.

The new cameras are equipped with the IMX183 Sony sensor and feature a 20 MP resolution with frame rates of up to 17 frames per second. Basler told MVPro Magazine that they are particularly suitable for applications that require a highly detailed inspection of the finest structures.

The four new high-resolution ace U models have Basler’s PGI feature set for colour and monochrome cameras, which corrects unwanted artefacts. This, said Basler, provides users with a particularly good evaluation on a pixel level. As a result, Basler said, it enables a detailed inspection of high-resolution displays with excellent image quality at a very attractive price.

The back-illuminated sensor technology of the Sony IMX183 provides outstanding sensitivity and low noise at a small pixel size of 2.4 µm. With this particularly light-sensitive sensors, the four new ace cameras offer excellent image quality even in low light conditions.

All four new ace U models are available with a GigE and USB 3.0 interface and include the PGI feature set, the unique combination of 5×5 Debayering, Color-Anti-Aliasing, Denoising and Improved Sharpness. The GigE models also excel with high-performance GigE Vision 2.0 features such as PTP.


ADIMEC

Adimec launched the 65 megapixel Sapphire S-65A35 as well the DIAMOND D-12A09 at the recent Vision China, part of Laser World of Photonics China Shanghai 2019.

The SAPPHIRE S-65A35 renders phenomenal performance in a rectangular 9344×7000-pixel resolution running over 35 fps. The camera has a low read noise, with a good thermal design for passive cooling, and high dynamic range of 66dB, using Gpixel GMAX3265 global shutter sensor technology with a pixel size of 3.2 microns. These resolution and performance parameters make this camera an exceptional next step in tools used in, for example semiconductors and display inspection and metrology.

The DIAMOND D-12A09 GigE Vision camera delivers 4096×3008-pixel resolution at 9 fps with 3.45-micron square pixels. Adimec’s DIAMOND 12-megapixel camera features optimized solution for applications like display or wafer inspection, requiring a high dynamic range and an excellent performance in measurements in dark. Special features in the camera enable Mura dark and Mura bright inspection without mechanical adaptation.


JAI

New 3-CMOS prism based color line scan camera with 10 GigE interface

JAI has introduced a new industrial colour line scan camera in the Sweep+ Series. The Sweep+ SW-4000T-10GE is a prism-based colour line scan camera equipped with three CMOS sensors and a 10 GigE interface including backwards compatibility to 5, 2.5 and 1 Gbps Ethernet standards. The 3-CMOS prism design features three separate imagers that simultaneously capture red, green, and blue spectral wavebands for very high color imaging accuracy.

The SW-4000T-10GE camera offers a maximum resolution of 4096 pixels (4k) per channel/line, and in combination with the 10GBASE-T interface, the camera provides RGB output at a maximum line rate as high as 97 kHz (97,000 scan lines/second). YUV color data can be output at up to 145 kHz. Using sensor region-of-interest (ROI) the camera can output data at even faster line rates. For example, by setting the ROI at 2112 pixels, the scan rate can be increased to as much as 183,400 lines/s.

Via integrated auto-negotiation technology the camera offers automatic backwards compatibility to NBASE-T (5 Gbps and 2.5 Gbps) and the traditional 1000BASE-T (1 Gbps output) for customers running vision applications on these lower-speed Ethernet standards. Therefore, the new SW-4000T-10GE color line scan camera covers multiple Ethernet configurations making it suitable for the slowest to the fastest running colour line scan set-ups including applications in food sorting, plastic sorting, bottle/bottle cap inspection and high speed colour print/label inspection.

The SW-4000T-10GE camera offers two user-selectable pixel sizes – a 7.5 x 7.5 µm mode (Mode A) with fast responsivity for applications that need it, and a 7.5 x 10.5 µm mode (Mode B) to provide a deeper well with better dynamic range and SNR characteristics when more light is available or when running at lower speeds. In addition, each of the three CMOS sensors has two adjacent lines. This arrangement makes it possible for the SW-4000T-10GE to provide not only horizontal pixel binning but also vertical pixel binning, or both.

Also included is the built-in colour conversion capability that allows the SW-4000T-10GE to provide native HSI or CIEXYZ colour output, in addition to offering conversions from standard RGB to the sRGB or Adobe RGB colour spaces, or even to a user-defined custom RGB conversion matrix. The camera also supports the precision time protocol and direct connection to encoders.

Additional standard features include gain and black level adjustment, manual or automatic white balancing, shading correction, PRNU and DSNU correction, region-of-interest settings, and chromatic aberration compensation.

The camera can be ordered with two different lens mount options – a Nikon F-mount or an M52 mount.

New series of camera models and software integrations

JAI has also launched a series of new camera models and software integrations which provide advanced colour imaging capabilities to builders and users of microscopybased imaging systems.

The series include six new models in JAI’s Apex Series of high performance 3-CMOS prism colour cameras, as well as full integration with two of the most popular microscopy software solutions – Image-Pro from Media Cybernetics and the µManager open source software package.

Three of the new JAI camera models are variations of the AP-3200T-USB, a 3.2-megapixel, 38.3 fps 3-CMOS prism colour camera. The other three models are variations on the AP-1600T-USB, a 1.6-megapixel 3-CMOS camera offering higher frame rates at lower resolution.

All models have USB3 Vision interfaces, whose combination of bandwidth and easy plug-and-play compatibility have made it a widely-used choice for microscopy systems.

The new camera variations include both standard JAI green housings, as well as special white housings for systems intended for hospitals, or clinical/laboratory environments where white housings are often preferred.


PHASE ONE

Introduces high resolution medium format cameras for machine vision.

Phase One Industrial has launched their first machine vision medium format camera systems. The new Phase One Industrial iXM-MV cameras, available in resolutions of 150- and 100-megapixels, in both RGB and Achromatic models, are suited to a range of machine vision applications — from industrial inspection and process control to motion film digitization, medical imaging, science and research. Leveraging technology innovations such as back-side illuminated large-area sensor, incredibly high dynamic range, state-of-the-art image processing software and high-quality lenses, Phase One Industrial is introducing ground-breaking imaging technology for the most demanding Machine Vision and Industrial Inspection applications. The Phase One Industrial iXM-MV150F camera system delivers a pixel matrix of 14204x 10652 (pixel size of 3.76 micrometers).

An M72mm standard lens mount is included for wide format lenses. All iXM-MV cameras are optionally supplied with wide format Linos Inspec.x lenses, known for their high quality at large magnifications. In-camera image corrections and lossless compression are enabled for high-speed transfer via SuperSpeed USB 3 & 10G Ethernet. Phase One’s renowned image processing engine (featuring sophisticated noise reduction and image sharpening) is optimized for iXM-MV cameras, enabling optimum detail, sharpness and color management.

“We are launching premium imaging products that will satisfy new opportunities in flat panel display production lines, motion film digitization machines, infrastructure inspection and medical imaging markets,” said Dov Kalinski, General Manager, Phase One Industrial. “The cameras’ combination of high resolution and high dynamic range (83 dB) at pixel depths of 12, 14 or 16 bits brings an unprecedented degree of sharpness and detail across the entire image area. They demonstrate our commitment to delivering unmatched performance for the most demanding machine vision industry requirements.


ADIMEC

Adimec launched the 65 megapixel Sapphire S-65A35 as well the DIAMOND D-12A09 at the recent Vision China, part of Laser World of Photonics China Shanghai 2019.

The SAPPHIRE S-65A35 renders phenomenal performance in a rectangular 9344×7000-pixel resolution running over 35 fps. The camera has a low read noise, with a good thermal design for passive cooling, and high dynamic range of 66dB, using Gpixel GMAX3265 global shutter sensor technology with a pixel size of 3.2 microns. These resolution and performance parameters make this camera an exceptional next step in tools used in, for example semiconductors and display inspection and metrology.

The DIAMOND D-12A09 GigE Vision camera delivers 4096×3008-pixel resolution at 9 fps with 3.45-micron square pixels. Adimec’s DIAMOND 12-megapixel camera features optimized solution for applications like display or wafer inspection, requiring a high dynamic range and an excellent performance in measurements in dark. Special features in the camera enable Mura dark and Mura bright inspection without mechanical adaptation.

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