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Ethernet Cameras

EuroPhotonics
Oct 2009
The Imaging Source LLCRequest Info
 
TheImagingSource.jpgA series of Gigabit Ethernet cameras has been released by The Imaging Source. Available in 27 models, the cameras ship in robust industrial casing with a C/CS lens mount and optionally with a trigger and digital input/outputs. The software support and integration into existing applications make programmers and end-users comfortable. Drivers for LabView, Halcon, DirectX, TWAIN and WDM models are included. All camera parameters and settings can be set via the shipped software, and a variety of automatic modes are available to guarantee optimal image quality in varying light conditions. The color, monochrome and Bayer models are available in VGA, XGA and SXGA resolutions.


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GLOSSARY
lens mount
The metal tube that maintains the optical components of a lens in proper relationship. Some lenses are mounted in metal cells, which in turn are screwed to the front and rear of a shutter or lens barrel. A lens mount often contains a central iris diaphragm to control the aperture. Some lens mounts are equipped with a threaded focusing device to move the whole lens, or with a provision for focusing by a longitudinal movement of the front element.  
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