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The TM-6760 series is based on Kodak’s KAI 0330, a 1/2-inch progressive scan image sensor, and it can capture 60 frames per second at 648x464 resolution. The interline transfer CCD permits full vertical and horizontal resolution with electronic shutter speeds up to 1/32,000 second. It can be reset asynchronously by external pulse control. Incorporating the company’s look-up table (LUT) allows full dynamic range control of the CCD by externally selectable knee slopes. The LUT also provides 10-bit to 8-bit preprocessing for effective image feature enhancement. The camera has both digital and analog outputs for interfacing with frame grabbers. Applications include machine vision, medical imaging, intelligent transportation systems, gauging and surveillance. JAI PULNIX. Sunnyvale, CA. www.jaipulnix.com.