CMOS Cameras White Papers and Case Studies

  1. Hyperspectral CMOS Imager
    3/3/2011
    This paper will describe the design and initial test of a CMOS sensor for use in hyperspectral applications. This device has been designed to give as high a dynamic range as possible with minimum cross-talk. By e2v technologies
  2. Technical Paper: Hyperspectral CMOS Imager
    3/3/2011
    This paper will describe the design and initial test of a CMOS sensor for use in hyperspectral applications. This device has been designed to give as high a dynamic range as possible with minimum cross-talk. By e2v technologies
  3. Case Study: High-Speed Digital Video: A Useful Test And Measurement Tool For Stores Separation Testing
    9/1/2010
    Vision Research’s high-speed cameras were utilized as a test and measurement tool in stores separation testing. The Phantom® Miro™ Airborne provided engineers with an in-depth visual analysis of stores separation, helping to more accurately identify safety issues that could put the aircraft and pilot at risk. By Vision Research, Inc.
  4. ORCA-Flash 2.8 Technical Note
    3/26/2010
    Hamamatsu's new ORCA-Flash 2.8 is a high-sensitivity digital camera based on an advanced CMOS device (scientific CMOS image sensor, FL-280) that finally realizes the multiple benefits of high resolution, high readout speed, and low noise all at an affordable price. It is suitable for a wide variety of scientific imaging applications, as well as semiconductor inspection and industrial imaging.
  5. Scientific CMOS (sCMOS) - Image Sensor Technology
    6/18/2009
    sCMOS is a breakthrough technology developed by Andor Technology, Fairchild Imaging and PCO, and based on next-generation CMOS Image Sensor (CIS) design and fabrication techniques. sCMOS is poised for widespread recognition as a true scientific grade CIS, capable of out-performing most scientific imaging devices on the market today. By Andor Technology
  6. White Paper: Scientific CMOS (sCMOS) - Image Sensor Technology
    6/18/2009
    sCMOS is a breakthrough technology developed by Andor Technology and based on next-generation CMOS Image Sensor (CIS) design and fabrication techniques. sCMOS is poised for widespread recognition as a true scientific grade CIS, capable of out-performing most scientific imaging devices on the market today.