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Ultra-Low Light USB 2.0 Camera

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Ultra-Low Light USB 2.0 CameraThe e-CAM82_USB camera from e-con Systems Inc. is a 4K ultra-low light USB 2.0 camera based on the Sony STARVIS IMX415 sensor.

With the ability to produce high-quality color images even in absolute darkness at nearly 0 lx, the camera has a built-in, high-performance image signal processor (ISP) that performs all the auto functions. The ISP and sensor have been tuned for achieving excellent image quality under various lighting conditions in both uncompressed UYVY and compressed MJPEG formats. Its interchangeable M12 S-mount lens allows customers to choose the lens of choice according to their application needs.

The camera is suitable for applications such as access control, telepresence robots, document readers, retail store shelf monitoring, and kiosk uses. It can also be used for applications that require large-area monitoring.
May 2021

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