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MUNSTER, Germany, Oct. 31, 2014 — Ximea has announced the development of two Thunderbolt cameras, delivering bandwidth without the need for frame grabbers.

Model MT200 is based on the 20-megapixel sensors from CMOSIS called CMV20000. Full resolution with global shutter can be utilized at 30 fps in 12-bit mode, due to 20 Gb/s speed. The camera has an active EF-mount interface for control of dynamic aperture and focus.

Model MT023 is integrated with the Sony CMOS sensor IMX174. A 10-Gb/s throughput delivers full sensor resolution of 2.3 megapixels at 12 bits per pixel and 128 fps, or 10 bits per pixel at 165 fps.

Data streams directly through the Thunderbolt cable, which can reach distances up to 60 m when the fiber option is used.



Published: October 2014
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