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Autofocus 5 Megapixel USB Mini Camera :
A wealth of automatic functions plus the benefits of an industrial camera make IDS’ new USB 2.0 uEye XS a universal genius. The 5 Megapixel Aptina CMOS sensor delivers exceptionally detailed true color images with 15 frames per second at full resolution (2592x1944px). Weighing in at just 12 grams and around 23 x 26.5 x 21.5 mm in size, the XS can be integrated very easily into any system. Its magnesium housing makes it totally robust. The camera is connected using USB 2.0 and a mini-B socket, and the power supply is provided by the bus cable.

Users have a choice of seven fixed image formats: 5 MP, 3 MP, Full HD, UXGA (1600x1200), 1.2 MP, 720p, VGA. The frame rate is freely adjustable, e.g. for long exposures. Binning allows for frame rates of up to 30 fps. The integrated autofocus optical system delivers a crisp image from distances of just 10 cm – either automatically or manually using software. The associated API function also enables the current focus position to be read. A digital zoom allows easy and almost continuous enlargement of smaller sections of the image. A range of automatic image control functions, including auto white balance, auto gain and auto exposure time, are performed in the camera itself. This considerably reduces the CPU utilization, while also enabling easy processing of the images captured independently of the PC system. With exposure compensation, backlight compensation and photometry there is huge scope for adapting the automatic image control.

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