Sensor Advancements and How They Affect the Selection of Optics

Jul 20, 2022
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Edmund Optics Inc.
About This Webinar
Recent advancements in imaging sensors have allowed machine vision systems to achieve high levels of performance that were previously unattainable. However, these sensor advancements complicate the process of selecting imaging lenses. Larger sensor sizes, higher pixel counts, and faster readout speeds affect lens selection, and additional trends, such as extended dynamic range, also add requirements to imaging optics. Sischka explains how to best pair lenses with this new generation of sensors, to allow machine vision integrators to take full advantage of these sensors’ new capabilities.

***This presentation premiered during the 2022 Vision Spectra Conference. For more information on Photonics Media conferences, visit

About the presenter:
Nick Sischka is director of imaging product development at Edmund Optics in Cherry Hill, N.J. He oversees global strategy around the development of imaging products and determines which markets the imaging business line should pursue, and how these products and strategies work together with Edmund Optics’ other divisions. Additionally, Sischka serves as the A3 (Association for Advancing Automation) NextGen Chair and as a member the A3 Education Committee, and he teaches the Basic Optics course for A3’s Certified Vision Professional (CVP) certification. He holds a Bachelor of Science in optical sciences and engineering from the University of Arizona.
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