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MPEG MICROSCOPY CAMERAS, FRAMEGRABBER CONTROL FOR CMOS IMAGING...

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February 2001

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MPEG Microscopy CameraMPEG MICROSCOPY CAMERAS
The new DualVision line of CCD cameras are designed to address the needs of demanding electron microscopy imaging for bio and material sciences_as "point and shoot imaging for TEMs." The side-mounted, lens-coupled 300W version offers 1300x1030 imaging with interline transfer and 360-degree rotation; the bottom-mounted 600 model, which targets diffraction imaging and highest res TEM work, offers 1024x1024 imaging, frame transfer style_and both provide 12-bit, 5 MHz digital video output at up to 15 frames a second. The system can output MPEG image sequences of in-situ experiments, documenting changes. Software controls exposure parameters automatically. A PCI interface board is provided with both versions (and a PC is part of a prepackaged version that includes frame-grabber and multimedia archiving software. Microscope control and TEM Tune software are options. GATAN, INC.
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Framegrabber Control for CMOS ImagingFRAMEGRABBER CONTROL FOR CMOS IMAGING
If the integration of CMOS imaging Integrated Circuits into microprocessors is a fast-growing design goal, the new FGA1280 Framegrabber Control IC from this Canadian supplier of CMOS imaging products is designed to ease that effort. The chip transfers image data from the imager directly to the CPU via a standard SDRAM interface, reducing the need for FPGAs; pixel arrays of up to 1280x1024 and 60 frames per second rates can be handled by the device. The chip also handles camera interface signals, a sleep mode for scanners or portable smart cameras, and timing and control hardware which will integrate with the manufacturer's oncoming 30 frames/sec. Full frame 1280x1024 CMOS imaging IC. SYMAGERY MICROSYSTEMS.
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