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CMOS CameraThe IC-X25P-CXP, a 25-MP CMOS camera from ISVI Corp, features a CoaXPress CXP6, DIN-4 interface delivering 80 fps at a resolution of 5120 x 5120 pixels.

The camera is available in monochrome and color versions with 8- and 10- bit switchable outputs. The IC-X25P-CXP integrates ON Semiconductor’s Python25K high-speed, high-sensitivity, low-noise, 25-MP CMOS imaging sensor.

The housing design is compact, robust and uses a newly developed sensor positioning design to provide consistently precise sensor alignment. The addition of the LM-mount allows integrators to use high-quality Leica-M and Zeiss ZM lenses, in addition to F-mount, M72, M58 and M42 lens mount choices.

Photonics Spectra
May 2017

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