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Marshall Electronics has released the CV-500M, a miniature camera providing 1080p resolution for industrial, scientific, machine vision, automation and OEM applications.

The camera incorporates proprietary high-resolution lenses and a Sony 2.2-MP CMOS sensor. The sensor enables the HD-SDI (high-definition serial digital interface) camera to operate at a minimum of 0.5 lux (color) or 0.1 lux (black and white), making it suitable for low-light environments.

A 3.7-mm lens comes standard, but a variety of lenses can be used. The progressive-scan camera features day and night function, automatic white balance, privacy masking, defog, motion detection and digital zoom. It offers a resolution of 1920 × 1080 pixels at 30 fps or 1280 × 720 pixels at 60 fps.

Apr 2014

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