Posted on December 1, 2008 - ( views)
The main improvement in the new 90°housing version of the pilot is a remarkable reduction in the camera depth. The total depth of the camera body, including the lens mount, is less than 42 millimeters. The pilot 90°has its connectors at the bottom of the camera. Many other small footprint cameras have their connectors at the rear of the camera, which expands their total depth by 20 to 30 millimeters. Taking all of this into account, the pilot fits better in many applications. The cameras with the new housing have the same features as the standard housing pilot cameras. The uncompromisingly high pilot image quality and speed, compared to other small housing cameras in the market, were also transferred to the 90deg models.
An der Strusbek 60-62
With 28 frames per second
with 2 and 4 megapixel resolution CMOS sensors
with Power over Ethernet
with CCD sensors
for space-critical applications
with C-Mount option
with the resolutions of 2k, 4k and 8k
17 frames per second
for slow speed applications
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