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Bonito CL-400 B/C
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AVT Bonito Camera

Built with a robust, lightweight, and very compact housing, the Bonito CL-400 B/C camera's high-speed capability is well-suited for industrial applications requiring a high-resolution and excellent image quality and its global shutter CMOS sensor is ideally suited for high-resolution motion capture.

Transmitting images to the frame grabber in real time, the camera runs 386 fps at 4 Megapixel resolution but considerably higher frame rates can be reached with a smaller ROI (region-of-interest).

• Region of interest • Fixed pattern noise correction • Digital gain (selects 8 of 10 bits for output)
• Offset (brightness) • Continuous mode (image acquisition with max. frame rate) • Image on Demand mode (triggered image acquisition)
• Exposure time: 1.5 µs, up to 1 s (recommended), > 1s also possible • Two readout modes: 386 fps with two 10-tap Camera Link outputs and 193 fps with one 10-tap Camera Link output

Typical applications include:    
•Motion capture with high resolution • 3D recordings of still and moving objects • Science and research
• Medical imaging   • General high-speed applications


Model Bonito CL-400 B/C
Sensor Type 4/3 CMOS 4 MPixel
Resolution 2320 x 1726
Pixel Size 7 µm x 7 µm
Interface 2 x 10-tap Camera Link Full
Max. Line/Frame Rate 386 fps at full resolution
Bit depth 8-bit
Lens Mount C/F/EF-Mount
Operating Temp 0°C ... +45 °C
Power 12 V
Dimensions 44.2 (L) x 80 (W)x 70 (H) mm incl. connectors, w/o tripod and lens
Weight 360 g (C-Mount)


AVT Bonito CL-400 B/C Camera Datasheet




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