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Old 27th February 2016, 07:34   #1  |  Link
MikeClarke
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Machine Vision Camera and Sensor Talk

I need advice for capturing 8mm and just want to make sure before I buy this Point Grey BlackFly camera.

Here's what it's got.

Resolution 1920 x 1200
Frame Rate 41 FPS
Megapixels 2.3 MP
Sensor Name Sony IMX249
Sensor Type CMOS
Readout Method Global shutter
Sensor Format 1/1.2"
Pixel Size 5.86 m
Lens Mount C-mount
ADC 10-bit and 12-bit
Quantum Efficiency Blue (% at 470 nm) 64 (Mode 0) 62 (Mode 7)
Quantum Efficiency Green (% at 525 nm) 75 (Mode 0) 72 (Mode 7)
Quantum Efficiency Red (% at 640 nm) 52 (mode 0) 50 (Mode 7)
Temporal Dark Noise (e-) 15.06 (Mode 0) 6.97 (Mode 7)
Signal to Noise Ratio Maximum (dB) 45.25 (Mode 0) 45.28 (Mode 7)
Absolute Sensitivity Threshold (y) 21.89 (Mode 0) 10.93 (Mode 7)
Saturation Capacity (e-) 33456 (Mode 0) 33723 (Mode 7)
Dynamic Range (dB) 66.65 (Mode 0) 73.09 (Mode 7)
Gain Range 0 dB to 29.9 dB

Right now I'm using the camera from my microscope.

Amscope MU300
Sensor: Aptina MT9T001 CMOS (color)
Sensor Size: 1/2
Resolution: 2048x1536
Pixel Size: 3.2m x 3.2m
Dynamic Range: 61dB

It's not bad but is the BlackFly that much better?
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