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High-Speed Cameras

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The Gazelle Camera Link digital camera series from Point Grey Research Inc. debuts with 2.2- and 4.1-megapixel monochrome models that are based on the high-sensitivity CMOSIS CMV2000 and CMV4000 global shutter CMOS sensors. With a Camera Link digital interface in Base (two tap) and Full (eight tap) configurations, the 2.2-megapixel model produces 2048 x 1088-pixel-resolution images at a maximum of 280 fps, while the 4.1-megapixel model delivers 2048 x 2048 images at 150 fps. The Gazelle features the same compact housing as the company’s Grasshopper cameras, measuring 44 x 29 x 58 mm. A host of features are included for customizing imaging applications, including optoisolated general-purpose input/output for industrial triggering and strobe output.

Photonics Spectra
Mar 2011

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