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Very Small GigE Cameras
Aug 2012
The Imaging Source Europe GmbHRequest Info
BREMEN, Germany, Aug. 13, 2012 — The Imaging Source Europe GmbH has launched a series of very small GigE cameras. Their footprint is 29 × 29 mm and is compatible with many analog cameras. The new series simplifies the migration from analog to digital imaging.

The cameras ship in a robust industrial casing with a C/CS lens mount, trigger and digital input/outputs. The color, monochrome and Bayer models are available in VGA, SXGA and 2-megapixel resolutions. They are suited for machine vision applications in automation, traffic surveillance, quality assurance, medicine, logistics, microscopy and security.

Getting started with the cameras takes only a matter of minutes, and integrating them into existing applications takes only a few lines of code. Drivers for LabView, HALCON, DirectX, Twain and WDM are included. All camera parameters and settings can be set via the included software. A number of automatic modes are available, guaranteeing optimal image quality in varying light conditions.

The cameras ship with drivers for Windows XP, Vista and 7, the SDK IC Imaging Control (.NET, ActiveX and C++ class library) and IC Capture. The latter allows all camera parameters to be set, live video to be displayed, and single images and image sequences to be captured.


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