VISION highlight 2014: USB 3.0 camera with 13MP and autofocus

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VISION highlight 2014: USB 3.0 camera with 13MP and autofocus
VISION highlight 2014: USB 3.0 camera with 13MP and autofocus

The USB uEye 3 XC is the first USB 3.0 camera model in the portfolio of IDS with 13 megapixel resolution and autofocus. The world market leader for USB industrial cameras will be presenting the XC for the first time live at VISION 2014 in Hall 1, booth 1F72. The USB 3 uEye XC boasts a wide range of features that are normally only available on modern consumer digital cameras: face detection, 16x digital zoom, autofocus, backlight compensation, automatic white balance and many more. The camera is ideal for changing ambient conditions, for example in access monitoring, kiosk systems and logistics applications. The robust housing, screwable USB connectors and a long-term availability make the USB 3 uEye XC suitable for industrial use. It will be supplied with IDS Software Suite for individual configuration of camera parameters or as UVC version (Universal Video Class).

Posted on October 14, 2014 - (973 views)
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