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Cameras

Are you new to imaging or looking for a refresh on camera types? Learn about the advantages to camera types, digital interfaces, and more at Edmund Optics.

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How Do Cameras Work?

Optical Engineer Kevin Quist explains how cameras work, describing sensors, lenses, and pixels in a kid-friendly way

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Is CGH metrology used for measuring any other products besides aspheric lenses?

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Does Edmund Optics sell cameras with APS-C or APS-H sensors?

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Can I adapt a retarder for use with a specific wavelength other than the design wavelength?

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Is frame rate, area of interest and exposure time related when using the EO USB2.0 cameras?

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Does Edmund Optics sell cameras with a TFL Mount?

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I have two Basler Scout GigE cameras but I cannot use them simultaneously. When connected to a computer, either via two network cards or a single network card and a switch, they can be opened but cannot acquire images. What is causing the problem?

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What is the difference between multiple and zero-order retarders and when should I pick one over the other?

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Basis of a Filter and How to Choose, How to Use (フィルターの基礎と選び方・使い方)

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Complex circuits challenge cameras

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Specifying lenses for megapixel cameras

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Don't overspecify machine-vision cameras

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Strategically Placed Cameras Track Pharmaceuticals

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An Uncertain Future for the Marriage of Lenses and Cameras

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What is a progressive scan camera and when should I use one?

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What are M12 (S-Mount) lenses?

M12 or S-Mount lenses are a type of compact imaging lens used in space-constrained applications.

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Lens Considerations Change for Large-format Cameras

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Growing Sensor Sizes And Uncertainty In Pairing Lenses and Cameras

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Imaging Systems on the Perseverance Mars Rover

23 unique imaging systems help the Perseverance Mars rover look for signs of water and ancient life on the red planet.

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Imaging System Parameter Calculator

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Trends in Machine Vision Camera Technology

Four major trending topics in machine vision technology include edge artificial intelligence (edge AI), AI paired with high-resolution sensors, event-based machine vision, and affordability of SWIR sensor technology.

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EO Imaging Lab 1.1: Field of View

Learn how to specify imaging system components.

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How do I know what lens mount is best to use for my imaging or vision system?

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EO Imaging Lab 1.6: Resolution In Depth

Learn how to specify imaging system components.

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Machine Vision for Golf Simulators

Imaging lenses are critical components of the quickly-growing golf simulator market. Learn how to select the right lenses and cameras!

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Integration with Consumer Electronics

Bringing Professional-Grade Technology to All

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You have a variety of Mitutoyo Tube Lenses (MT-4, MT-1, and MT-2). How can you connect them to a Mitutoyo objective and C-mount camera?

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Advancements in CMOS Sensor Technology

Sensor Manufacturing Designs & Methods

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Imaging Electronics 101: Understanding Camera Sensors for Machine Vision Applications

The performance of an imaging system relies on a number of things, including imaging electronics. Before using your imaging system, learn about camera sensors at Edmund Optics.

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