When zooming in and out, it is critical that the object remain in the same position in the real time video, especially in outdoor imaging and mission critical global security applications. For example, when observing one person in the crowd, you would want to be able to zoom in and out without losing track of the person. Full motion video cameras with integrated zoom optics ensure very accurate alignment of the sensor behind the lens to maintain the line of sight over the zoom range.
Topics: Optical Enhancements
Standard image sensors found in industrial cameras come ‘of the shelf’ and can have limitations that can stand in the way of optimal performance, accuracy, and application-usefulness. As a result, it is often necessary to customize the sensors to meet specific system requirements. Addressing certain aspects of sensors is a way how experienced camera manufacturers can customize cameras to meet the different needs of measurement methods. In a previous blog we talked about our willingness to modify the anti-reflection coatings on sensors to improve performance at a desired wavelength. Today we announce our full support of another modification option (cover glass removal) to eliminate limitations of the sensor design.
To get the full performance of high speed and high resolution cameras, the appropriate high-performance optics are required.