CANON CMOS SENSORS FROM CANON USA, FUTURE PRODUCTS & SOLUTIONS

Canon CMOS sensors push the boundaries of what’s possible in industrial vision.

For industrial, machine vision, and scientific applications, CMOS sensors from Canon offer camera OEMs and end users expanded possibilities with the latest technology. Whether its exceptionally high pixel counts in a compact design, or enormous pixel sizes for high sensitivity, Canon’s pixel-level innovations deliver entirely unique performance. Leverage renowned Canon quality for ultra-high resolution, ultra-high sensitivity, or low power consumption in your vision application and see what’s possible with Canon CMOS sensors.

The Future Product and Solutions (FP&S) group within Canon USA Inc. incorporates current and future Canon technologies into new products and solutions, including innovative CMOS sensors that overcome major technical barriers in the vision industry

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CMOS Sensor Family CMOS Sensor Family

For several decades Canon, has been developing and manufacturing advanced sensors with state-of-the-art technologies for exclusive use in Canon products. The sensors are a driving force behind many successful products, from consumer products up to high-end business and industrial solutions.

120 Megapixel CMOS Sensor: 120MXS 120 Megapixel CMOS Sensor: 120MXS

The 120MXS 120 Megapixel CMOS Sensor has a pixel count equivalent to the approximate number of photoreceptor cells in the human eye. Recording capabilities at approximately 60x the full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 are made possible by parallel signal processing, which reads signals at a high speed from multiple pixels.

19 μm FHD CMOS Sensor: 35MMFHDXSCA 19 μm FHD CMOS Sensor: 35MMFHDXSCA

The 35MMFHDXSCA 19 μm FHD CMOS Sensor features high-sensitivity, and low-noise imaging performance for the capture of full HD video in exceptionally low light environments. The larger pixel size of 19 μm x 19 μm alongside proprietary device design technologies helps to achieve higher sensitivity and an increased well depth. This 35 mm CMOS sensor provides the largest 16:9 imaging area possible when used with Canon EF lenses.

5 Megapixel Global Shutter CMOS Sensor: 3U5MGXS 5 Megapixel Global Shutter CMOS Sensor: 3U5MGXS

The 3U5MGXS is a 5 Megapixel Global Shutter CMOS Sensor equipped with a global shutter that exposes all of the sensors’ pixels at the same time. This global shutter image sensor employs a new pixel design introducing new drive readout and light guiding technologies significantly reducing noise, and contributing to a wide dynamic range with a power consumption of 500 mW.

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 Available Canon CMOS Sensors For A Wide Range Of Imaging Applications Available Canon CMOS Sensors For A Wide Range Of Imaging Applications

Michael Simmons of Canon Future Products & Solutions introduces four of their CMOS sensors available for a variety of imaging applications ranging from astronomy to the scanning of ancient artifacts.

Benefits Of Using Visible To Near Infrared Specialized Sensors Benefits Of Using Visible To Near Infrared Specialized Sensors

At Photonics West 2019, Michael Simmons from Canon Future Products & Solutions walks us through the use and benefits of CMOS sensors designed to capture both visible and NIR wavelengths at the same time.

Introducing The Canon 35mm FHD Introducing The Canon 35mm FHD

Introducing The Canon 35mm FHD CMOS sensor for ultra-high-sensitivity and high-speed imaging applications!

Introducing The Canon 120 MXS Introducing The Canon 120 MXS

Introducing the Canon 120 MXS CMOS Sensor for ultra-high resolution imaging applications!

Product Video: 5 Megapixel Global Shutter Sensor Product Video: 5 Megapixel Global Shutter Sensor

Mike Simmons of Canon USA Future Products And Solutions presents the new 5 megapixel global shutter sensor for a variety of applications, including factory automation, unmanned aerial vehicles, and automobile advanced driver-assistance (ADAS). Watch the video for more in-depth information.

Achieving HD, Full Color Video In Low Light Achieving HD, Full Color Video In Low Light

On the last day of SPIE’s 2016 DCS exhibition in Baltimore, Kevin Fogarty with Canon showed us a 19 micron pixel pitch sensor that can achieve a full color and high definition image in extremely low light environments.

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CONTACT INFORMATION

Canon USA Future Product and Solutions

1 Canon Park

Melville, NY 11747

UNITED STATES

Phone: 1-800-OK-CANON

Contact: Michael Simmons

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