Low cost, entry level camera, but full featured! Learn about the new VGA, 138 fps, USB3, global shutter camera from IDS priced below $400

  Low cost imaging just got redefined with the new IDS UI-3130 LE USB3.1 model cameras.  Typical entry level cameras previously had very few features, until now. IDS Imaging has released the UI-3130LE USB3.1 camera with the 1/4″ ON-SEMI Python 480 global shutter sensor.  Providing 138 fps at full resolution and 420 fps with the …

Battle of the 2 Megapixel Image sensors – Sony Pregius IMX174 vs Starvis IMX290

  Sony has continued to improve image sensors, first with the debut of the Pregius sensors and now with the low light sensitive Starvis sensors.  The Starvis sensors are slowing being released by camera manufacturers and IDS Imaging is the first to release them in the new LE USB3.1 models.   These new sensors are being released …

Do you need high camera data rates and reliable image transfer at 6.25Gbits /sec? Learn about CoaXPress & the new Xtium-CXP PX8 frame grabber!

Do you need high camera data rates and reliable image transfer at rates at 6.25 Gbits / sec over a single cable reaching 100+ meters? CoaXPress (CXP) may be the perfect interface to solve your problems! First, let us explain – What is CoaXPress (CXP) and its benefits?   CoaXpress, established in March 2011, has …

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

  Teledyne Dalsa has continued expanding its Genie Nano GigE vision camera series. Introducing the Nano C4900 GigE camera based on the ON Semiconductor AR1820HS 18 Megapixel Back Side Illuminated (BSI) image sensor with a resolution of 4912 x 3684. Attractively priced below $600, this just may be the most pixels for your money! Furthermore, Teledyne DALSA’s …