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  • Correcting Perspective Errors with Telecentricity
    these values, Eqn. 4.0 can be reduced to a ratio (Eqn. 5.0). This ratio can be used to compare the resolution of different cameras for a specific field of view (while factoring in the sensor size). We can calculate this ratio for some of our high resolution digital and analog CCD monochrome cameras:
  • Video System Basics
    resolution into lines per mm (for example), the following conversions can be used: We recommend you use electronic components of increasing or equivalent resolution as components are added to the camera. Resolution, as well as contrast, is higher in monochrome systems due to lower signal degradation
  • Contrast Enhancement Through Filtering
    of view and working distance for this application. The Sony XC-75 high resolution monochrome CCD camera offers a suitable amount of resolution and dynamic range (grayscales). A fiber optic area backlight is placed underneath the slotted trough to diffusely illuminate the pills. The Bandit capture board
  • Manipulating Distortion Out of Your Image
    between the lens and the camera, the horizontal field of view is reduced to 50mm at a 50mm working distance. A high resolution monochrome board camera offers the appropriate resolution and size. The illumination is provided by a fiber optic illuminator with a dual branch flexible light guide. Due
  • No more Fender Benders
    to change lanes, preventing a possible fender bender. Cameras in automotive vision systems use sensors similar to this KAC9618 CMOS Active Pixel Sensor from Kodak. The large rectangular area is a 648 488 active-pixel array. The array snaps 30 monochrome pictures/sec and converts them to a digital data

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