NIT to show analog InGaAs cameras at SPIE Photonics West 2016

Jan. 24, 2016
The WiDy analog InGaAs SWIR cameras are available in 320 × 256 pixel (QVGA) or 640 × 512 pixels (VGA).

The WiDy analog InGaAs SWIR cameras are available in 320 × 256 pixel (QVGA) or 640 × 512 pixels (VGA), as well as in CCIR (25 frames/s) or EIA (30 frames/s) versions with either rolling QVGA 320A or global/snapshot QVGA 320A-S and VGA 640A-S. The cameras embed advanced onboard image processing, including nonuniformity correction, bad pixel replacement, automatic gain control, and other advanced features.

SPIE Photonics West booth number: 1223-D

To Learn More:

Contact:New Imaging Technologies (NIT)
Headquarters: Verrières-le-Buisson, France
Product: WiDy SWIR cameras
Key Features: Advanced onboard image processing

What NIT says:
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