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ETTLINGEN, Germany, Sept. 7, 2017 — Smart CamerasVision Components GmbH now supplies its small VC Z series of smart cameras with Sony’s IMX252 CMOS sensors, providing a 3.2-MP resolution and capturing 88 fps.

At lower resolutions, even higher speeds can be achieved. Like its predecessors in the same line, this new Pregius series sensor employs global shutter technology. It features benefits over rolling shutters or CCDs without bloom, smear, distortion or overexposure in images captured with global shutter CMOS sensors. Despite its high resolution, the new sensor features a compact 1/1.8-in. footprint. It is housed on a 23 × 35-mm board and can be used with a wide range of lenses.

The compact design entails a pixel size of 3.45 µm, which is significantly smaller than the pixel of lower-resolution CMOS sensors. They also feature extremely low temporal dark noise and a wide dynamic range, thus ensuring crisp, virtually noise-free pictures even under difficult ambient conditions with low light levels.

Published: September 2017
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