CMOS Cameras News

  1. Teledyne DALSA Announces Faster, Higher Resolution Piranha4 8k Color CMOS Line Scan Camera

    Teledyne DALSA, a Teledyne Technologies company and a global leader in machine vision technology, recently continued its advanced CMOS sensor deployment with the launch of the new Piranha4 8k Color CMOS line scan camera with 8k resolution and a 7 µm x 7 µm pixel size for optimized optical design.

  2. Small, Lightweight, Intelligent: VC Nano PoE Cameras For OEM Applications

    Vision Components presents compact, PoE, Power over Ethernet enabled, intelligent camera series. Even additional devices, such as lighting, laser, flash, can be supplied with power through PoE connection of the integrated Modulport.

  3. Toshiba Imaging’s Compact IK-HR1S One-Piece, Hi-Def Cameras Used At Disney California Adventure’s 'Carsland' Media Day

    Toshiba Imaging, a leader in high definition (HD) color video imaging, was chosen by Aerial Video Systems to provide six small, one-piece, point-of-view (POV) cameras for a recent media even

  4. Toshiba Imaging’s IK-HR1S Hi-Def Camera Used To Capture Nik Wallenda’s Historic Tightrope Walk Over Niagara Falls

    Toshiba Imaging, a leader in high definition (HD) color video imaging, provided the point-of-view (POV) camera for Nik Wallenda’s successful, record-breaking tightrope walk over Niagara Falls on June 15, 2012.

  5. VC Smart Inspect: Vision Sensor for Quality Inspection Tasks

    VC Smart Inspect, the new vision sensor from Vision Components, is an ultracompact complete machine vision solution for a wide range of industrial applications

  6. Raptor Photonics Ltd. Launches A New High Performance 4.2 Megapixel Cooled Scientific CMOS Camera

    The Osprey features a 2k x 2k low-noise sCMOS sensor that stands out with its extreme sensitivity, high resolution, high speed, and excellent quantum efficiency. The camera uses a 12-bit A/D converter, runs with a global shutter, and offers a standard CameraLink output up to 37.5-Hz full frame.

  7. X-Ray Imaging Applications To Benefit From Development Of Wafer-Scale CMOS Imaging Technology

    A highly innovative high-resolution wafer-scale digital image sensor that targets medical imaging applications has been developed at the Science and Technology Facilities Council’s (STFC) Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (RAL).