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1st Vision, Industrial Imaging, Cameras, Machine Vision lighting
1st Vision, Industrial Imaging, Cameras, Machine Vision lighting

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How do you get the most pixels for your money? Check out the new Dalsa Nano C4900 camera!

Introducing the Nano C4900 GigE camera based on the ON Semiconductor AR1820HS 18 Megapixel Back Side Illuminated (BSI) image sensor..

Priced below $600, this maybe the most pixels for your money!
Read more - > http://blog.1stvision.com/2017/04/dalsa-18mp-Nano-C4900-camera.html

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Do you need high camera data rates and reliable image transfer at 6.25Gbits /sec? CoaXPress (CXP) may be the perfect interface to solve your problems!

Learn about CoaXPress and the new Dalsa Xtium-CXP PX8 frame grabber
Read more - > http://blog.1stvision.com/2017/04/dalsa-coaxpress-xtium-CXP-PX8-frame-grabber.html

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Can I just get my camera cables from the internet (or why do your cables cost so much!) - Let us explain the benefits of industrial cables

http://blog.1stvision.com/2017/03/can-i-just-get-my-camera-cables-from.html
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Need to know how to select the best SWIR camera for an application AND understand applications it can solve? Read more - > http://blog.1stvision.com/2017/03/alliedvisionGoldeySWIRCamera.html

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Learn about FUJI's HF-XA-5M (5 Megapixel) lens series which resolves 3.45um pixel pitch sensors! Perfect for cameras with Sony Pregius image sensors

Read more - http://blog.1stvision.com/2017/03/fuji-hf-xa-5m-lens-series.html

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Are you drowning in the amount of new image sensors & cameras now available? Download our cheat sheet to keep your head above water!

With a slew of new sensors coming on like a fire hose from Sony and ON-Semi, the announcement of cameras has been overwhelming to say the least. Even for us distributors whose jobs are to keep up with this!

So we at 1stVision have created a “cheat sheet” with the pertinent sensor data: model number, size, pixel pitch etc. etc.

Download the cheat sheet here - > http://blog.1stvision.com/2017/02/sony-pregius-onsemi-python-image-sensors.html

@1stvision_ #machinevision 
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What are the attributes to consider when selecting a camera and its performance?

We first need to start with some of the basic attributes of the camera such resolution, frame rate, color vs monochrome and interface. Depending on the application, we may look at more advanced attributes such as dynamic range, sensitivity, dark noise and signal to noise ratios. View this great chart from Allied Vision to help you understand how these attributes relate.

View / Read More here - >
http://blog.1stvision.com/2017/02/allied-vision-emva1288-cameras.html

#machinevision @alliedvisiontech @1stvision_

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White Paper - Learn about High Dynamic Range (HDR) Imaging techniques for Machine Vision

What is High Dynamic Range (HDR) Imaging for machine vision?

First we need to understand what is dynamic range in an image!

Download this white paper to learn about the various HDR techniques. #HDR #machinevision

http://blog.1stvision.com/2017/01/high-dynamic-range-imaging-hdr.html
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New High Resolution 1.1” Lenses are a perfect fit for the new Sony 1.1” 12 MP Sensor cameras

Sony's Pregius image sensor line has continued to expand to higher resolutions and sizes.

The latest 12 megapixel, Pregius IMX304 sensor has a 3.45um pixel pitch which requires a 1.1" lens to prevent vignetting.

In order to obtain optimal contrast within an image using this sensor, a lens supporting at least 145 line pairs / mm must be used. :Learn more about the new Tamron lenses which are perfect for this sensor.

Learn more here
http://blog.1stvision.com/2017/01/tamron-machine-vision-lenses-megapixel.html
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Product Release - Allied Vision expands the Manta product line with G-895 (8.9 MP) and G-1236 (12 MP) CMOS cameras

Allied Vision has expanded the versatile Manta product line using the latest CMOS image sensors from Sony. Using the new Sony Pregius IMX267 (8.9 MP) and IMX304 (12 MP) sensors, these cameras bring high resolution with great image quality.

Unprecedented image quality, better performance over CCD imagers and at a lower price point!

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http://blog.1stvision.com/2017/01/allied-vision-manta-g-1236-manta-g-895.html
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