Sony XCG-ITS GigE Series Camera 2011 Projections

Reinventing an existing line of machine vision cameras is not an easy task.  True to form, Sony, who is always ahead of the curve, is developing innovative additions to their XCG-ITS GigE (Gigabit Ethernet Cameras) Machine Vision camera collection. Significant attention is being given to the collection of Intelligent Traffic Systems (ITS), automated Traffic Management more »


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Basler Starts Series Production of the Ultra-Compact “ace” GigE Camera Series

April 7, 2010 – Basler Vision Technologies has started series production of the first four models in the ace series of compact area scan cameras. Basler’s ace is currently the smallest GigE camera in its class with Power over Ethernet (PoE). The ace models include both mono and color versions of the high quality Sony more »


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Sony Introduces Their New XCG-SX99E High Speed GigE Camera – Ideally Suited For Intelligent Traffic Systems

Sony VIP is expanding its high-performance XCG GigE camera line-up with the addition of a new high speed (27 fps at full resolution 1,360 x 1,024), IR sensitive model – the XCG-SX99E. This new model incorporates a 2/3” CCD and features SXGA resolution. The XCG-SX99E camera is ideally suited for machine vision, security (IR wavelength more »


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Basler Ace Camera Series offers the Smallest GigE cameras Available with a Tiny Price

Designed to meet the cost demands made by analog users while offering all of the technological advantages of a digital camera, Basler‘s new ace camera series provides an extremely small 29 x 29 mm footprint, which targets the replacement of analog cameras, USB cameras, and IEEE 1394a or b cameras that are based on this more »


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SONY Introduces XCG Series Cameras With GigE Vision Interface For Package and Print Inspection Applications

Sony Electronics will exhibit its new XCG series of vision cameras using the GigE Vision® interface at the 2009 PACK EXPO show. These four new cameras address a range of vision applications, including a new model that offers ultra-high 5-megapixel resolution and another that provides outstanding image quality in extreme low-light conditions. The GigE interface more »


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Sony Goes After Competition with Release of New GigE Camera Line ~ The XCG Series Unveils 4 Different Resolutions

At the heels of the competition, Sony Visual Imaging has finally jumped into the GigE camera game with the release of preliminary specifications* for their new XCG GigE Camera series.  With so many manufacturers offering GigE cameras already available for purchase in the marketplace, it’s a wonder why they waited so long to compete…especially given more »


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Toshiba-Teli CS6910G Series Cameras come in Gigabit, FireWire and Camera Link Interfaces

Continuing to drive innovation in the machine vision industry, Toshiba Teli America, Inc. is now offering its popular CS6910 Series cameras in all major interfaces – Gigabit, Camera Link and FireWire – to assure the most versatile imaging solution for systems integrators. The CS6910 platform employs the Fuji® honeycomb-style 1/4″ CCD sensor, which when compared more »


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Toshiba-Teli CSGS15BC23 GigE Camera inspects in challenging lighting conditions

Integrating at 500 ms and exhibiting a response range of 230 to 1050 nm, Toshiba-Teli’s GiantDragon CSGS15BC23 has sensitivity in the visible, UV, and NIR portions of the light spectrum, allowing it to inspect products for blemishes, surface artifacts, or defects not observable in standard lighting conditions, as well as where there is changing light more »


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Toshiba-Teli GiantDragon CCD GigE Cameras ideal for high speed OEM/Integration applications

Toshiba-Teli’s new GiantDragon(TM) Gigabit Ethernet (GigE) machine vision cameras are gaining in popularity because each camera in the series is geared to meet the many different needs found among system integrators and OEMs in the machine vision industry. High performance, high speed machine vision applications including inspection and factory automation require cameras that are flexible more »


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Sony unveils new GigE Industrial Camera line at Vision 2008

Although the information released is very preliminary, Sony’s new line of Gigabit Ethernet cameras are anticipated to include the following: Available in output modes including: five-megapixel and UXGA for high resolution; SXGA for high sensitivity; and VGA, which delivers 90 frames per second, Sony’s first GigE industrial camera module can transmit uncompressed image data at more »


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