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10GigE CameraThe high-resolution, 47-MP Atlas10 camera from LUCID Vision Labs Inc. features Sony’s IMX492 rolling shutter CMOS image sensor.

Offering 8240 × 5628-pixel resolution and 4/3-in. sensor size, running at 22.6 fps at 10-Bit ADC, the 10 GigE camera uses a TFL lens mount for better illumination on the edges of larger sensors. Atlas10 features Active Sensor Alignment to maximize the optical performance of large-format sensors and is ideal for vision applications that require a high level of camera accuracy. Such uses include aerial imagery, automated optical inspection, 3D scanning, and more.

Vision Spectra
Autumn 2022

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