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Intelligent CMOS Camera

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Intelligent CMOS CameraThe Smart MAGIC intelligent CMOS camera from New Imaging Technologies is an ideal solution for users wanting an easy to use wide dynamic range imaging camera to integrate into their systems.

The camera features 1280 × 720 pixels, 5.6-µm pitch, a rolling shutter and a color sensor with an RGB Camerlink output. Featuring embedded image processing on a field programmable gate array, the 140-dB dynamic camera is dedicated to demanding applications with high and fast changing contrasts and/or high light scenes.

Applications include enhanced vision systems, space launchers, fire bench, and the steel industry, among others.

Winter 2017

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