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Photonics Spectra
Aug 2004
Wintriss Engineering Corp.Request Info
 
A 500-fps megapixel Ethernet camera system with a built-in flash and exposure times as short as 100 ns has been introduced by Wintriss Engineering Corp. The Opsis 500fps has an onboard FPGA and a Pentium P4 processor. Embedded software can control the frame rate and exposure time on the fly to optimize image quality. An embedded tilt sensor enables the camera to sense its spatial orientation and calculate trajectories relative to a reference coordinate system or the real world.


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