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Micropolarizer Camera

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The PolarCam micropolarizer camera from 4D Technology is available through Laser Physics UK Ltd. It simultaneously captures multiple polarized images of each video frame, enabling a range of image enhancement techniques and polarimetric measurements.

Small, fast and field-proven, the CCD camera is suitable for polarization microscopy, industrial monitoring and 3-D reconstruction. The camera offers 0.5-, 1-, 2- and 4-megapixel sensors, operates at up to 260 fps and ensures fast capture of rapidly changing scenes without blur.

Proprietary wire-grid polarizer technology gives the sensor broad spectral response, angular bandwidth, high extinction and low crosstalk.

Used for applications in image enhancement, medical imaging and surface mapping, the PolarCam is available with an optional frame grabber and high-speed computer system.

Mar 2013

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