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Specially Designed for Aerial Imaging

The VX-29MC is a Camera Link version of VX series proving an extremely robust and powerful interface. It is ideal for aerial imaging and high-end surveillance applications which require highest attention to detail. The VX-29M camera incorporates a 29 million pixel interline transfer CCD with resolution of 6,576 × 4,384. Taking pictures with this camera is made easy with features such as; Automatic Exposure, Automatic Gain and Automatic Iris (optional lens control mount) control.

The VX Series cameras are ideal for aerial imaging and ground surveillance applications which require Photographic Quality resolution and easy-to-use system integration. The VX-29M camera incorporates a 29 million pixel interline transfer CCD with resolution of 6,576 × 4,384. Taking pictures with this camera is made easy with features such as: auto exposure, auto gain, auto focus, lens aperture control, and several innovative features to manage network bandwidth when connecting multiple cameras together on a gigabit Ethernet network.


               

VX-29MG

AERIAL IMAGING / SURVEILLANCE CAMERA

Main Features:

  • 29 Megapixel Resolution (ON Semiconductor IT Progressive)
  • Extended Operating Temperature: -40℃ ~ 85℃
  • Auto Controls (Exposure, Gain, Aperture, Focus)
  • Canon-EF Adapter Control
  • Smear Correction
  • Flexible Binning
  • Internal Frame Buffer
  • IEEE 802.3 (Pause Frame Control) and Inter-packet Delay
  • User Adjustable Back Focus
  • Excellent Anti-blooming and Anti-smear

Applications:

  • Aerial Imaging
  • Ground Surveillance
  • Research and Scientific Imaging

Specifications:

Model VX-29MG-M/C 2
Resolution (H × V) 6576 × 4384, 28.8M
Sensor ON Semiconductor KAI-29050
Sensor Size (Optical Format) 35 ㎜
Sensor Type Progressive Scan Interline Transfer CCD
Pixel Size 5.5 ㎛ × 5.5 ㎛
Sensor Output 1 or 2 Tap
Interface Gigabit Ethernet
Max. Frame Rate (40 ㎒) 2.3 fps (2 Tap) / 1.2 fps (1 Tap)
Exposure Time 23/1,000,000 - 7 s
Partial Scan (Max. Speed) 8.8 8.8 fps at 500 Lines
Pixel Data Format 8 / 10 / 12 bit
Output Format Mono Mono8, Mono10, Mono10 packed, Mono12, Mono12 packed
Color Bayer8, Bayer10, Bayer10 packed, Bayer12, Bayer12 packed
Electronic Shutter Global Shutter
Data Output Pixel Clock 30/40 ㎒
Exposure Mode Timed Exposure, Trigger Width Exposure, Double Exposure
Dynamic Range 64 ㏈
Binning ×1, ×2, ×3, ×4, ×8 (Horizontal and Vertical Independent)
Smear -100 ㏈ (Enhanced Correction Supported)
Lookup Table G = 1.0, Knee Control - User Defined Lookup Table (LUT)
Black Level Adjustable (0 ~ 127 LSB at 12 bit, 256 steps)
Analog Gain ×1 ~ ×40 (0 ~ 32 ㏈)
Digital Gain ×1 ~ ×64 (1/1024 step)
Dimension / Weight 74 ㎜ × 65 ㎜ × 103 ㎜, 550 g (with F-mount)
74 ㎜ × 65 ㎜ × 101 ㎜, 550 g (with Canon -EF Adapter)
Temperature Operating: -40℃ ~ 85℃, Storage: -40℃ ~ 90℃
Vibration / Shock 10G (20 ~ 200 ㎐) XYZ / 70G 10 ㎳
Lens Mount F-mount or Interface for Canon-EF Adapter
Power 10~15 V DC, Typ. 8 W
API SDK Vieworks Imaging Solution 6.X or above

VX-29MC

AERIAL IMAGING / SURVEILLANCE CAMERA

Main Features:

  • 29 Megapixel Resolution (ON Semiconductor IT Progressive)
  • Extended Operating Temperature: -40℃ ~ 85℃
  • Auto Controls (Exposure, Gain, Aperture, Focus)
  • Canon-EF Adapter Control
  • Smear Correction
  • Flexible Binning
  • Internal Frame Buffer
  • User Adjustable Back Focus
  • Field Upgradable Firmware
  • Pixel Defect Correction
  • Excellent Anti-blooming and Anti-smear

Applications:

  • Aerial Imaging
  • Ground Surveillance
  • Research and Scientific Imaging

Specifications:

Model VX-29MC-M/C 5
Resolution (H × V) 6576 × 4384, 28.8M
Sensor ON Semiconductor KAI-29050
Sensor Size (Optical Format) 35 ㎜
Sensor Type Progressive Scan Interline Transfer CCD
Pixel Size 5.5 ㎛ × 5.5 ㎛
Sensor Output 1, 2 or 4 Tap
Interface Camera Link (SDR)
Max. Frame Rate (40 ㎒) 4.6 fps (4 Tap) / 2.3 fps (2 Tap) / 1.2 fps (1 Tap)
Exposure Time 14/1,000,000 - 7 s
Partial Scan (Max. Speed) 8.8 17.3 fps at 500 Lines
Pixel Data Format 8 / 10 / 12 bit
Electronic Shutter Global Shutter
Data Output Pixel Clock 30/40 ㎒
Exposure Mode Timed Exposure, Trigger Width Exposure, Double Exposure
Dynamic Range 64 ㏈
Binning ×1, ×2, ×3, ×4, ×8 (Horizontal and Vertical Independent)
Smear -100 ㏈ (Enhanced Correction Supported)
Lookup Table G = 1.0, Knee Control - User Defined Lookup Table (LUT)
Black Level Adjustable (0 ~ 127 LSB at 12 bit, 256 steps)
Analog Gain ×1 ~ ×40 (0 ~ 32 ㏈)
Digital Gain ×1 ~ ×64 (1/1024 step)
Dimension / Weight 74 ㎜ × 65 ㎜ × 103 ㎜, 570 g (with F-mount)
74 ㎜ × 65 ㎜ × 101 ㎜, 570 g (with Canon -EF Adapter)
Temperature Operating: -40℃ ~ 85℃, Storage: -40℃ ~ 90℃
Vibration / Shock 10G (20 ~ 200 ㎐) XYZ / 70G 10 ㎳
Lens Mount F-mount or Interface for Canon-EF Adapter
Power 10~15 V DC, Typ. 9 W
Configuration Software Configurator

Download

  Data Sheet pdf icon VX CL R005EN
  Data Sheet pdf icon VX GigE R006EN
  Camera Selection Guide pdf icon Camera Selection Guide

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