New Cameras from the Prosilica GT, Manta and Bigeye Families
Allied Vision Technologies GmbH Posted 05/02/2012
Visit Allied Vision Technologies at the 2012 AIA Vision Show in Boston from May 8-10 where we will be introducing new cameras from the Prosilica GT, Manta and Bigeye families.
Catch a full preview of AVT's booth.
Prosilica GT: New CMOSIS and High Resolution models
Stop by our booth to see the new Prosilica GT2000 with the fast CMOSIS CMV-2000 sensor, or the new 8 Megapixel GT3300 and 29 Megapixel GT6600 that both feature quad-tap Kodak-KAI sensors.The Prosilica GT cameras by Allied Vision Technologies are Gigabit Ethernet cameras designed to perform in extreme environments in temperatures from -20° C to 60°C and varying light conditions.
Manta: New Dual-Tap EXview HAD CCD models
AVT will be showcasing four new dual-tap Manta cameras at the Vision Show. The 2.82 Megapixel Manta G-282 and G-283 and the 6 Megapixel Manta G-609 that all feature Sony EXview HAD II CCD sensors, and the 5 Megapixel / 15 fps Manta G-505. Our Manta camera family offers feature-rich GigE Vision cameras with an outstanding price/performance ratio as well as many modular options to fit into any applications.
Bigeye: Long Exposure with Peltier Cooling
Another camera to premiere at the Vision Show is the new Bigeye G-283B, a low-noise CCD monochrome camera that offers excellent image quality thanks to its 2.8 Megapixel Sony ICX674 EXview HAD CCD II sensor. It features a Peltier cooling device for a superior signal-to-noise ratio even with long exposure times. The Bigeye is ideal for industrial and scientific imaging applications and non-destructive evaluation of photo-sensitive objects.