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CMOS Color Camera

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CMOS Color CameraThe Gpixel GMAX3265 from Ximea GmbH is a high-resolution CMOS color camera for industrial and scientific applications.

The 65-MP device features 71 fps at 10 bit and a 2.3-in. global shutter. It also provides a high dynamic range, low noise, and minimal latency.

Applications include flat panel display inspection, printed circuit board examination, pill sorting, solar panel analysis, surveillance, autonomous vehicles, and more.

Summer 2020

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