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Updated: January 12th, 2011 09:49 AM CDT

New Products

POINT GREY FIREFLY MV FIREWIRE CAMERAS
EDMUND OPTICS GRADIENT INDEX ROD LENSES
JOVA SOLUTIONS ANNOUNCES LOW-COST CMOS IMAGE SENSOR TESTER
NEW VERISON OF INTELLIGENT VIDEO ANALYSIS SOFTWARE FROM BOSCH SECURITY SYSTEMS
HIGH-RESOLUTION X-RAY TDI CAMERA FROM HAMAMATSU
DALSA RELEASES NEXT GENERATION SMART CAMERA
PHOTRONíS HIGH-SPEED, HIGH-PERFORMANCE CMOS CAMERA
RAD-ICON UNVEILS THE SKIAGRAPH10 EV CAMERA
TOSHIBA IMAGINGíS NEW HIGH-DEF, MINIATURE CMOS REMOTE HEAD CAMERA
ITENSIFIED CCD CAMERAS NOW AVAILABLE FROM PRINCETON INSTRUMENTS
DSI INTRODUCES INFRARED REDUCTION FILTER FOR CMOS SENSOR APPLICATIONS
CANONíS VB-C500VD VANDAL RESISTANT FIXED MINI-DOME
VRMAGICíS RESCUE USB STICK FOR INTELLIGENT CAMERAS
JENOPTIK DEVELOPS TWO PRODUCT LINES OF PULSE COMPRESSION GRATINGS
NEW COMPACT LEDS FROM OSRAM
HIGH-PERFORMANCE, SWIR 50 MM LENS FROM GOODRICH ISR SYSTEMS
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POINT GREY FIREFLY MV FIREWIRE CAMERAS NOW AVAILABLE

Point Grey (Richmond, BC, Canada), a world leader in advanced digital camera systems, announces that the IEEE 1394a (FireWire) versions of its Firefly MV digital camera family now come housed in a lightweight and durable plastic case. Designed for Firefly MV FFMV-03M2 camera models, the compact 44 x 24 x 34 mm enclosure protects the cameraís printed circuit board (PCB) from physical damage, minimizing system downtime due to repairs or replacements. A tripod mount adapter is included with every camera at no extra cost, and M2 x 3.5 holes on the top and bottom of the case make mounting easy. An opening at the rear of the case allows access to the cameraís general purpose IO (GPIO) pins, which enable the camera to be powered externally or to synchronize with external devices like a hardware trigger or light source. The case also allows access to the cameraís LED, which provides information on camera status. The Firefly MV FFMV-03M2 uses a 1/3-inch wide-VGA CMOS sensor with global shutter to deliver high quality 752(W) x 480(H) monochrome or raw Bayer color images at 60 FPS, and offers a 2x2 binning mode for frame rates up to 135 FPS. www.ptgrey.com

EDMUND OPTICS GRADIENT INDEX ROD LENSES

Edmund Optics (Barrington, N.J.), the premier provider of optical components, introduces its new Gradient Index (GRIN) Rod Lenses. These lenses feature plane optical surfaces and achieve focus using a continuous change of the refractive index within the lens material. GRIN lenses eliminate complex geometries, such as aspherical surface figures, and are carefully designed for specific working distances. As they have a flat surface, these micro lenses are easy for the user to handle and integrate into optical systems, forming an excellent joint to other optical surfaces and bonding well to fiber optics. They are comparable in performance to conventional aspherical singlets. EOís GRIN Rod Lenses are perfect for Fiber Coupling and Laser Diode Beam Shaping. EOís Grin Rod Lenses are available in three sizes and three wavelength options. Each lens is available either uncoated (approximately 12% reflection loss) or with a BBAR coating option for R>0.5%. The lenses are manufactured from an Alumoscilate Glass substrate embedded with silver ions. Lenses are available in 0.5 mm, 1.0 mm and 1.8 mm diameters for 670 nm, 810 nm and 1550 nm wavelengths. www.edmundoptics.com

NEW VERISON OF INTELLIGENT VIDEO ANALYSIS SOFTWARE FROM BOSCH SECURITY SYSTEMS

Bosch Security Systems Inc. (Fairport, N.Y.), a full-line manufacturer of high-quality security solutions, announces a new version of its Intelligent Video Analysis (IVA) software with easier scene calibration and enhanced forensic capabilities that make it easier for investigators to isolate incidents in recorded video. IVA 4.0 features a new interactive set-up tool that reduces camera calibration time to two minutes per camera and provides immediate feedback to the installer with an on-screen calibration quality traffic light, showing the calibration accuracy by color. Accurately calibrated cameras are more likely to predict the size and speed of any object at various distances, which can be important for filtering out unwanted events and minimizing false alarms. With the new camera calibration tool, users simply draw measured straight lines and right-angles on the scene, and the tool automatically calculates the perspective. The function enables IVA to make accurate estimates of the size and speed of moving objects. A new head detection filter further refines IVAs forensic search function to allow the operator to search for scenes containing human objects. The filter detects human head and shoulder contours to reliably classify people in a scene, significantly reducing the number of false hits from factors such as reflections in windows. www.boschsecurity.us

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