New Products / Vision & Sensors

Digital Cameras

The ProgRes complementary metal–oxide semiconductor (CMOS) and charged--coupled device (CCD) research camera line now have a USB 2.0-based model. The CMOS camera models ProgRes CT1, CT3 and CT5 are now equipped with USB interface. With an extended resolution up to 5 megapixels and a live frame rate up to 20 frames per second (fps) the new USB camera of the line delivers faster high-resolution images. New in the series are the USB models ProgRes CS and MS. These cameras provide up to 50 fps in full resolution (CCIR/PAL). CF and MF cameras also are now available with USB interface with faster live imaging in SXGA resolution with 15 fps.

Jenoptik Optical Systems
+49 3641 65-3083

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