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Optical Systems Division has added two USB camera types to its ProgRes CCD microscope camera range: ProgRes SpeedXT Core 3 and ProgRes SpeedXT Core 5. The cameras provide a live image speed of 17fps (SpeedXT Core 3) and 13fps (SpeedXT Core 5) at maximum resolution of 2,080 x 1,542 pixel (SpeedXT Core 3) and 2,580 x 1,944 pixel (SpeedXT Core 5). When maximum resolution is not required, even higher frame rates of 30fps and 45fps respectively are possible. Thanks to the two- to three-fold enhancement of the live image speed in combination with high resolution, specimens can be focused and positioned easily and quickly – a clear advantage in the analysis of moving objects and routine work in laboratories. Exposure times up to 180s ensure optimum captured images, also under low-light conditions. The maximum possible colour depth is 36 bit. In combination with C-Mount connection, the cameras can be easily and rapidly connected to any microscope, computer or notebook via the USB 2.0 interface. The cameras are supplied with ProgRes CapturePro image capture software, which can be installed quickly and easily. www.jenoptik.com/progres


Surveillance camera unit


images at any given region of the captured spherical image footprint, thus totally eliminating mechanics for pan and tilt operations. The mechanics-free construction means the system is reliable and has a stable performance over its lifetime. The camera not only produces rectilinear images, but provides extra features integrated in the DSP, such as motion detection of an object within a given image field, trailing the object once detected, and/or zooming (by electronic zoom) up to 4x by user control without losing image quality to any significant degree. All the features are packaged in a small chassis with a dimension of approximately 55(H) x 55(V) x 30mm(D). www.tamron.co.jp


Upgraded camera line


Tamron, based in Saitama, Japan, has introduced a concept model of a security/surveillance camera unit, which renders flat-field images while capturing a 180° field of view with no blind spot in any orientation.


The camera unit is comprised of a fish-eye lens with 180° field of view angle, a 1.3 Megapixel CMOS image sensor, and a DSP that generates normalised flat-field


SVS-Vistek’s camera line SVCam- HR has been upgraded with new models. The frame rate of the Camera Link-version of the svs11002 has been increased and delivers 10fps. Two new products, the svs8050 and the svs4050 with dual GigE-Vision interface have been launched. Two Gigabit Ethernet interfaces provide up to 240MB/s – enough bandwidth to take advantage of 4-tap sensors. The SVCam-svs8050, an 8 megapixel camera, operates with dual Gigabit Ethernet technology with up to 20fps frame rate. The svs4050 achieves approximately 39fps and is one of the fastest cameras in this category. The new HR models are


equipped with two Gigabit Ethernet interfaces, so that the whole bandwidth of a 4-tap CCD sensor can be used. This technology works in compliance with the conventions of the Link Aggregation Group


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