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Photron USA Inc.
Photron USA Inc. - San Diego, CA
Photron develops and manufactures high-speed camera systems that provide extremely high frame rates and extraordinary light sensitivity. Photron cameras are effectively utilized in a wide variety of applications within the automotive, military, aerospace, medical, scientific, R&D, and manufacturing industries.
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Andor Technology
Andor Technology - Belfast, United Kingdom
Manufacturer of scientific imaging, microscopy, and spectroscopy solutions. Supplies innovative, flexible microscopy systems, high-performance scientific digital CCD, ICCD, EMCCD, and sCMOS cameras and spectrographs to research establishments.
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17 products
Ball Aerospace - Westminster, CO
Lambert Instruments BV - Groningen, Netherlands
Photek Ltd. - St. Leonards On Sea, United Kingdom
Photonic Science and Engineering Ltd. - St. Leonards On Sea, United Kingdom
Photonis Netherlands BV - Roden, Netherlands
Photonis Scientific Inc. - Sturbridge, MA
Photron Europe Ltd. - West Wycombe, United Kingdom
Specialised Imaging Inc. - Temecula, CA
Specialised Imaging Ltd. - Pitstone, United Kingdom
Glossary
  • camera 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...
  • CMOS
  • complementary metal-oxide semiconductor Complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor (CMOS) refers to a technology used in the fabrication of integrated circuits, particularly semiconductor devices like microprocessors, memory chips, and image sensors. Here is a breakdown of the...
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