Photonfocus Ultra Low Light Cameras
The Photonfocus Ultra Low Light cameras are based on the Photonfocus R1280 ultra-low noise CMOS image sensor.
The image sensor uses an innovative integration mode and an advanced analog to digital conversion (ADC) to achieve a read out noise of less than 1e-. The above image shows the impressive low light performance of the MV1-R1280 camera by showing a comparison with the MV1-D2048x1088 camera with a CMOSIS CMV2000 sensor. Both images were shot at the same illumination, with the same lens and with an exposure time of 30 ms. The left-hand image was shot at a gain of 128 with a MV1-D2048x1088 camera that is known for his good sensitivity. The right-hand image was shot with the MV1-R1280 camera at room temperature with a gain of 256.
MV1-R1280-50-CL | BROCHURE
- Photonfocus R1280, 2/3", 1280 x 1024, 33fps, Camera Link Interface
MV1-R1280-50-G2 | BROCHURE
Photonfocus R1280, 2/3", 1280 x 1024, 33fps, GigE Interface