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April 2001


COMPACT CCD SENSOR & BOARD CAMERA


The IC257 CCD array sensor, manufactured by Sony, is notable for wedding less-than-tiny resolution (500x582) with compact size--just 1.8mm. That's 41% of the chip area of the comparable ICX097 model, making this version a potential design choice for endoscopes or micro-cameras. German vendor Framos has intro'd this version in the European PAL TV format. They're also offering a new VGA black-and-white CCD board camera, the BCC-101, with options of random and normal shutter modes, gamma on/off, auto/manual gain, and C/CS- or D-mount connections.
FRAMOS ELECTRONIC VERTRIEBS
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FULL-FRAME INTERLACE FOR MEDICAL X-RAY
The new 8000 model of the mobile "C-Arms Exposcop" diagnostic x-ray imaging system enables the entire image processing chain to operate in non-interlaced mode, enhancing the dynamic range, making previously invisible structures visible, reducing noise, and reducing the radiation dose to the patient by 30% in switching from slower interlace scanning. Digital image rotation and mirroring, virtual collimation, laser positioning, and automatic organ adjustment add to the radiation decrease.
INSTRUMENTATION IMAGING ZIEHM GmbH.

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MEGAPIXEL INDUSTRIAL COLOR CAMERA
Designed to combine speed and accuracy for PCB inspection, microscopy, medical imaging, or traffic monitoring, the new CV-M7 color megapixel camera employs proprietary sample/hold and Correlated Double Sampling to achieve double-speed readout while maintaining range and image fidelity--at 1300x1300 resolution and 24 frames per second. Incorporating a 2/3-inch color CCD, this camera uses a monochrome frame grabber and a Bayer pattern RGB primary mosaic filter, with Bayer decoding done on the CPU of an 800 MHz Pentium II, or on the board. Camera Link is available as an output configuration.
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