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Hamamatsu Corporation, Sub. of Hamamatsu Photonics K.K. - Bridgewater, NJ
Importer and distributor of photonic components and subsystems for use in instrumentation. Products include photomultiplier tubes, solid-state photodetectors, IR detectors, image sensors, scientific-grade CCD cameras, light sources and x-ray solutions. In Europe, please call freephone 00 800 800...
NorPix, Inc. - Montreal, Canada
Streampix and Troublepix are high-speed video recording software packages. Available as software or as turnkey system with software, cameras, computer, synchronization and data recording. Streampix can acquire from over 150 different types of GigE, Camera Link, HD-SDi, analog or USB 3 cameras....
PCO AG - Kelheim, Germany
Manufacturer of scientific digital CCD, CMOS and sCMOS cameras with high resolution (black and white, color), high dynamic range and low readout noise. Ultrafast gated intensified cameras, high-speed framing systems, and low-light-level, cooled integrating and PIV cameras.
PCO-TECH Inc. - Romulus, MI
On July 21, 2003 PCO AG, a global leader in the development, manufacture and marketing of scientific cameras, acquired the Cooke Corporation. Our web site and e-mail addresses have also changed, so please update your records, so that you easily access our web site and support. PCO-TECH Inc. was...
Photron USA, Inc., Sub. of Photron Ltd. - San Diego, CA
CMOS high-speed digital cameras including megapixel resolution (to 12,500 fps), HD to 2000 fps, and miniature camera heads. Systems include full frame at one million fps, high-G, real-time image processing and multihead systems. Ideal for automotive, military, medical, scientific, machine vision,...
Ai Vision - San Francisco, CA
Alrad Instruments Ltd. - Newbury, England
AOS Technologies AG - Baden-Daettwil, Switzerland
AOS Technologies AG - Poway, CA
AWAIBA Lda. - Funchal, Portugal
Axiom Optics, Division of Imagine Optic Inc. - Cambridge, MA
Basler AG - Ahrensburg, Germany
Beijing Microview Science and Technology Co., Ltd. - Beijing, China
Cordin Co. - Salt Lake City, UT
Delta Photonics - Ottawa, Canada
Digital West Imaging - El Cajon, CA
Dixon Automatic Tool Inc. - Rockford, IL
Fastec Imaging Corp. - San Diego, CA
FastVision, LLC, Sub. of Alacron, Inc. - Nashua, NH
GEViCAM Inc. - Milpitas, CA
Alan Gordon Enterprises, Inc. - Hollywood, CA
Ikegami Tsushinki Co., Ltd. - Tokyo, Japan
Integrated Design Tools, Inc. - Pasadena, CA
KEYENCE Microscopes, Sub. of KEYENCE Corp. - Itasca, IL
L.O.T.-Oriel Laser Optics Technology GmbH - Darmstadt, Germany
Lambert Instruments B.V. - Roden, Netherlands
LaVision GmbH - Goettingen, Germany
Mega Speed Corp. - Minnedosa, Canada
Motion Imaging Corp. - Simi Valley, CA
Motion Video Products - Vista, CA
NAC Image Technology - Simi Valley, CA
Narragansett Imaging - North Smithfield, RI
Nova Sensors, A Teledyne Majority Owned Co. - Buellton, CA
Optronis GmbH - Kehl, Germany
Oxford Lasers Inc., Sub. of Oxford Lasers Ltd. - Shirley, MA
Oxford Lasers Ltd. - Didcot, England
Photonfocus AG - Lachen, Switzerland
Retriever Technology - Santa Fe, NM
Rice Camera Technologies - Billerica, MA
SciMeasure Analytical Systems, Inc. - Decatur, GA
SciTech Pty Ltd. - Preston, Australia
Shimadzu Europa GmbH - Duisburg, Germany
Shimadzu Scientific Instruments, Inc., Sub. of Shimadzu Corp. - Columbia, MD
Shinano Kenshi Co.,Ltd. - Ueda, Japan
SOFTHARD Technology Ltd. - Marianka, Slovakia
Sony Electronics, Inc., Visual Imaging Products Group - Park Ridge, NJ
Specialised Imaging Inc. - Temecula, CA
Stanford Computer Optics, Inc. - Berkeley, CA
Systematic Vision Corp. - Ashland, MA
Tech Imaging Services, Inc. - Salem, MA
Teledyne DALSA, A Teledyne Technologies Co., Machine Vision OEM Components - Waterloo, Canada
Unit One - Birkerod, Denmark
Video Scope International, Ltd. - Dulles, VA
Vision Research Inc., Unit of Ametek - Wayne, NJ
Vision Systems Technology, LLC - Vista, CA
Visual Instrumentation Corp. - Lancaster, CA
VRmagic GmbH - Mannheim, Germany
XIMEA GmbH - Muenster, Germany
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...
high-speed movie camera
A camera designed to record at rates exceeding 50 fps. For frame rates up to about 500 fps, an ordinary pull-down mechanism can be used. From 500 to 1000 fps, the film must be moved continuously, the image being made to move at the same speed as the...
image converter high-speed camera
A camera that uses an image converter tube in such a way that voltage waveforms applied to internal electrodes cause the original image to be switched on and off very rapidly, thus offering time resolution of this image on the order of 2.0 ps. A...
high-speed motion camera
high speed camera
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