New Imaging Technologies is launching two new CMOS cameras in GigE

Oct 31, 2017 | News

NIT MAGIC camera

NIT, a leader in Wide Dynamic Range imaging solution for the visible and SWIR, is introducing on the market this month two new Smart MAGIC camera products in visible with 1.3Mpixels NSC1003 (MC1003-1GB or C) and WVGA NSC1104 (MC1104-PGB).

These compact and low power consumption cameras, offering GigE Vision output in 14 bits, can be triggered and deliver 140dB images or RAW data for serving machine or computer vision demanding applications.

Thanks to its three-mode operating (Rolling, Global or Differential), the Smart Magic MC1003 series – available in monochrome or 24 bits RGB color – brings imaging, gesture, movement or edge detection in fast-changing or ultra-bright illuminated scene.

The Smart Magic MC1104 camera can not only image high light level but can also be radiometrically calibrated by customers for transforming it into a high-temperature thermography instrument.

You can contact our sales team for more technical and pricing information: info@new-imaging-technologies.com

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