As opposed to monochrome imaging, using color CCD cameras are more straightforward since you don't use any filter wheels. While monochrome allows the luxury of using filters to enhance certain wavelengths and nanometers, color sensors provide more natural color exposures.
At the "input" of a camera, we have a CCD chip. It transforms photons into electrons. The spectral sensitivity of this transformation is an important characteristic of the "camera input". At the camera's output, we except an image data stream with a color format, such as "Y800" for monochrome cameras, or "UYVY" for color cameras.... Learn MoreFREE SHIPPINGModel#: DFK23G274(48 States)
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The Imaging Source uses three Sony CCD chips for its color FireWire cameras. The spectral diagrams have been taken from the manufacturer's data sheet. Please note that the manufacturer does not specify deviations to the specified values.... Learn MoreFREE SHIPPINGModel#: DFK23G445(48 States)
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