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An aerial camera is a camera for use in aircraft or space vehicles to take high-resolution pictures; it may use film or electronic image sensors. If film is utilized, the magazines may have a vacuum back or pressure plate to hold the film flat. Some aerial cameras are equipped with a means of motion compensation to achieve higher resolution during exposure.
Raptor Photonics Ltd. - Larne, Northern Ireland
A UK based high tech digital camera company with main focus to design, manufacture and sell next generation high performance, low-light-level digital cameras. A range of high quality small, light and very rugged CCD, EMCCD, scientific CMOS and InGaAs solutions are offered, built to MIL-SPEC...
Kappa optronics GmbH - Gleichen, Germany
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Alan Gordon Enterprises, Inc. - Hollywood, CA
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Precision Optical Imaging - Rush, NY
Teledyne Nova Sensors - Buellton, CA
Vexcel Corp., Sub. of Microsoft - Boulder, CO
Vision Systems Technology, LLC - Vista, CA
Camera designed for the imaging of the earth's surface in order to obtain high quality aerial images
The obtaining of measurements from photographs, such as aerial photographs.
A light-tight box that receives light from an object or scene and focuses it to form an image on a light-sensitive material or a detector. The camera generally contains a lens of variable aperture and a shutter of variable speed to precisely control...
The application of aerial photographs as a means of measurement in map making and surveying.
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