3CCD multispectral cameras offer GigE connectivity

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FluxData, Inc.'s  (Rochester, NY) FD-1665 3CCD multispectral camera line now offers GigE connectivity that supports cable lengths up to 100 m and high data transfer rates up to 1000 Mbits/s. Built around the FD-1665 optical prism engine, the camera line offers reduced spherical and chromatic aberration while allowing the use of standard 35mm SLR F-mount or T-mount lenses. The 3 CCD FD-1665 GigE camera is a small size form factor of 4.8 × 3.5 × 4.4 inches. The camera design encompasses 12 CCD sensor options with varying frame rates (up to 120 fps), and resolutions (up to 1626 × 1236), all with FireWire or GigE connectivity. Polarization, multispectral, and high dynamic range (HDR) filtering options are available for machine vision, surveillance, and medical imaging, with increased remote deployment of the camera from the host computer.

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