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Wide choice of industrial cameras with latest Sony CMOS sensors

7 Oct 2016

High performance 2nd generation Pregius CMOS sensors from Sony are proving very popular with many industrial camera manufacturers. STEMMER IMAGING can offer GigE Vision cameras from Allied Vision, JAI and Teledyne DALSA featuring the latest IMX264 5-megapixel and IMX265 3.2-megapixel sensors.

The IMX264 and IMX265 sensors are significantly lower cost alternatives to the highly popular IMX250 and IMX252 sensors. They offer the same resolution and provide the same imaging performance but operate at slower frame rates.

Outstanding image quality is guaranteed as the IMX265 and IMX264 sensors have the same pixel size and structure and sensor format as the faster IMX 250 and IMX252 sensors. This means that they share the same sensitivity, dynamic range, low dark noise and good NIR sensitivity. The high sensitivity makes them particularly well-suited to applications where the light level is low.

The AV Manta G-507, JAI GO-5101-PGE and Teledyne DALSA Genie Nano-2420 cameras all feature the IMX264 sensor and all are available in both monochrome and colour versions. The sensor’s 3.45-micron square pixels enable the full resolution (2464 x 2056 pixels) to fit within a standard 2/3-inch C-mount optical format. This gives users a wider range of lens options than 5-megapixel cameras with typical 1” optical formats, and also makes these cameras ideal replacements for older CCD cameras built around Sony’s ICX625 sensors, which have an identical pixel size and optical format.

The AV Manta G-319 and the Teledyne DALSA Genie Nano-2020 cameras utilise the 3.2 megapixel (2048 x 1536 pixels) monochrome or colour IMX265 sensor. Each manufacturer has combined the sensors with their own particular camera characteristics, to produce GigE Vision models with many individual benefits. With this rich choice of cameras utilizing the same sensors available,

STEMMER IMAGING is able to offer the camera that best meets the need of any individual application.

Allied Vision

Stadtroda, Germany

For 25 years, Allied Vision has been helping people to be faster, more precise, and more efficient in whatever matters to them. From raising production standards to detect diseases faster, proving scientific theories true, monitoring traffic intelligently or simply knowing who crossed the finish line first – with their technology and expertise, Allied Vision helps customers to gain insight by seeing more and hence be more successful in what they do.

JAI

Kopenhagen, Denmark

For more than 50 years JAI has delivered industrial CCD and CMOS cameras with innovative engineering, high-end quality, and operational reliability and durability.

Sony

Köln, Germany

With a diverse range of core technologies and experience in consumer, broadcast and security applications, Sony offers a range of highly versatile cameras which find applications in many markets.

STEMMER IMAGING

Puchheim, Germany

STEMMER IMAGING has been leading the machine vision market since 1987. It is Europe's largest technology provider in this field. In 1997 STEMMER IMAGING presented Common Vision Blox (CVB), a powerful programming library for fast and reliable development and implementation of vision solutions, which has been deployed successfully throughout the world in more than 40,000 imaging applications in various industries.

Teledyne DALSA

Waterloo, Canada

Teledyne DALSA is one of the largest companies serving the machine vision industry and is unique in that it is vertically integrated; from sensor design and manufacture, through image capture and processing, to software for imaging optimisations and analysis.