Thermal Cameras Videos

  1. MEMS Mirrors, CMOS Cameras, Flow Cells, And More

    Shruti Sharma, inside sales manager with Hamamatsu, walks us through several of their product offerings displayed at Photonics West 2013.

  2. New Price Performance Point For Thermal Infrared

    Ross Overstreet of FLIR Systems gives us an introduction to several different cameras. We see a megapixel infrared camera for demanding applications that require high sensitivity, high frame rate, and the optics flexibility; a high performance NIR camera for solar cell testing, medical research, and astronomy; and a low-cost microbolometer camera for entry-level applications.

  3. SWIR And CCD Cameras For Ultralow Noise and Industrial Applications

    Mark Donaghy, VP of sales and marketing for Raptor Photonics, speaks with us about the Kingfisher deep cooled vacuum CCD camera and the OWL SWIR 640 high resolution, low noise, digital VIS-SWIR camera.

  4. CCD, CMOS, And sCMOS Cameras For Imaging Applications

    Murad Karmali, VP of sales for PCO-TECH, introduces us to several cameras from his company’s product line at Photonics West 2013. This includes the pco.edge, an sCMOS camera that features simultaneous high light sensitivity, high frame rate, high resolution, and high dynamic range.

  5. High Speed Camera Imagery Turns Heads

    Andrew Bridges, director of sales and marketing for Photron USA, introduces us to two of his company’s cameras.

  6. Three-Chip Cameras For Surgical Imaging, Medical Microscopy, Broadcast Applications

    Paul Dempster, director of sales and marketing for Toshiba’s Imaging Systems Division, walks us through their three-chip industrial camera offerings at Photonics West 2013.

  7. Linescan, SWIR, MWIR, LWIR, And InGaAs Cameras For Many Applications

    Stuart Cohen of Xenics walks us through the company’s line of linescan, SWIR, MWIR, LWIR, and InGaAs cameras.

  8. Fine Resolution, Better Sensitivity, And SWIR Imaging Make For Deeper OCT Imaging

    Doug Malchow of UTC Aerospace gives us an overview of the GL2048L InGaAs Linescan Camera at Photonics West 2013.