High Dynamic Range Cameras Ideal for Imaging Objects with Hot Spots

High Dynamic Range Cameras have an impressive dynamic range of 120 dB, which allows for a vast array of lighting levels

June 28, 2011, Barrington, NJ USA — Edmund Optics® (EO), the premier provider of optical components, introduces new High Dynamic Range Cameras. These versatile cameras provide excellent images from the Visible to the NIR for a wide variety of challenging applications.


Dynamic range of 120 dB

High Dynamic Range Cameras have an impressive dynamic range of 120 dB, which allows for a vast array of lighting levels. These cameras are an ideal choice for applications with bright backlight portions, rapidly changing light levels and in particular, on reflective parts that produce hot spots that can bloom the camera sensor. Featuring 50 fps for fast image capture, they provide precise, sharp images from the Visible to the NIR.

USB and GigE Interface Options

For convenience and ease of use, High Dynamic Range Cameras are available with USB and GigE Interface Options. A power supply and cable are required for both USB and GigE options, sold separately. High Dynamic Range Cameras are in-stock and available for immediate delivery for fast turnaround and excellent value.

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