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Advanced Imaging Magazine

Updated: July 8th, 2008 05:26 PM CDT

Small but Powerful Monochrome and Color Cameras from Net

Offers User-friendly Small Body Along With Other Additional Features

New Electronic Technology GmbH (NET) continues expanding its range of monochrome and color IEEE1394 cameras. The new FOculus models offer the advantage of a user-friendly small body along with other additional features.

The new S-series (e.g. FO124SC) measures 29 x 44 x 63mm and is equipped with SONY CCD Matrix image sensors from 1/3 to 1/1.8 like the already well known standard series (64 x 64 x 60mm). The cameras achieve resolutions from VGA (640x480) with up to 86fps, UXGA (1600x1200) with 16fps. The IEEE1394 connector can be locked with screws to withhold every environment.

All models (incl. existing types) obtain the IEEE1394 interface acc. IIDC V1.31 specification. Higher frame rates can be achieved by setting a ROI (Region of Interest) under Format 7(e.g. selecting a window of 60 x 60 Pixel to obtain 300 fps). Binning modes are also available (2x2 and 1x2). Binning is a useful option to obtain noise reduction or explicit light sensitivity. Furthermore the camera runs 2- or 4-times faster in fact of the reduced resolution.

All characteristics of the FOculus series like C-mount, progressive scan, external trigger, low smear, excellent anti-blooming, high sensitivity, variable shutter speed, as well as an adjustable low frame rate, sub-sampling and electronic shutter are still effective.

New Electronic Technology Highland, Ind.

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