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Welcome to the September, 2015 edition of Vision Technology News presented by Adept Turnkey - Smarter Imaging For Better Lives.


Thank you for visiting us at NMW15 and SMPTE15

We are always pleased to showcase our products and our services
NMW15 and SMPTE15 were a great success this year. National Manufacturing Week is held annually and is Australia's largest trade show for the manufacturing industry. We displayed our latest vision products for factory automation.

The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers exhibition gave us the opportunity to showcase our unique high speed cameras.

If you are interested in any of these products we are happy to discuss a solution with you. Please call us on any of the contact numbers below. If you would like to check our products, please click here.

Teledyne Dalsa DOUBLE GigE speed

Teledyne DALSA's new TurboDrive doubles data throughput without image quality loss
The benefits and convenience of GigE Vision has been somewhat overshadowed by increases in camera speed and resolution to the point where data transfer via GigE hasn't been able to keep up. Teledyne DALSA's ...More

Sapera LT now with Turbo Drive technology

Free download to boost data transfer speed for select Teledyne DALSA cameras
For use with Teledyne DALSA cameras and frame grabbers, Sapera LT SDK delivers a new level of advanced functionality and offers a rich development environment to support a broad range of 3rd-party imaging components. ... More


Faster, more powerful Gocator 3D camera: same cost

Heads up for Gocator 2300/3100 sensor upgrade: Q1, 2016
From Q1 , 2016, the Gocator 2300 and 3100 series will be fitted with a new sensor controller. This new internal sensor controller is more powerful, allowing Gocator-based solutions to run faster ..… More

Vision Research Cineflash storage now with USB3

Choice of connectivity for downloading raw cines
Vision Research have made changes to CineFlash Dock accessory used with their high speed cameras so that it now has both eSata and USB connectivity giving users a choice of how. ..… More

Special benefit from iDS and Raspberry Pi driver

Better performance and more power
iDS have released a new camera driver enabling their cameras to be used with the Raspberry Pi 2 driver ..… More

USB3 Vision drivers for iDS camera series ML and LE

Software choice and flexibility provided by iDS
USB3 Vision software is a standard for transporting high-speed image and video data over a USB 3.0 bus with data transfers approaching 3Gb/s. Adopting the USB3 Vision standard provides various benefits. ... More

High Speed shockwave studies with Cavitar lighting

Two types of illumination compared
Shockwave studies conducted by the Tohoku University in Japan, compared two types of illumination for their process. The illustration ... More

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JAI's Sweep series - large pixel line scan camerasLarge pixels for higher sensitivity and scan speed

Why choose a line scan camera with 20 µm x 20 µm pixels?

JAI introduces a series of Sweep SW-2000M industrial monochrome line scan cameras that combine high scan rates with extra-large high sensitivity pixels requiring less scene light than conventional line scan cameras but that still produce quality images. . More

IDS UVC class, megapixel XC cameraiDS XC-3013 auto focus camera UVC driver

UVC version of the clever iDS XC. Choose which driver suits your situation

A camera with UVC standard (USB video class) means that no proprietary driver is necessary as the camera works automatically with the system-supplied driver; the UVC driver queries More

Piranha HS 6k TDI line scan cameraNew high-sensitivity HSLink TDI camera

Designed to meet the challenging requirements of imaging in low-light

Using Teledyne DALSA’s advanced CCD TDI technology, the Piranha HS 6k is a recent addition to the Piranha HS family. Delivering a currently unprecedented line rate up to 142 kHz and a throughput up to 852 Mpixels More

Flare 4K SDI Point-of-View camera4KSDI video power in the palm of your hand

Point-of-View camera perfect for shooting in tight spaces

Designed to fit where larger cameras can't, the tough aluminium chassis includes rugged mounting points on all sides, proving it really can be placed anywhere. Despite its size, Flare 4k SDI. More

Ultra-high-speed framing cameras from Specialised ImagingFraming cameras: A bonus for researchers 5M fps

Camera/event synchronisation for ultra-high-speed capture made easier

Specialised Imaging's SIM Framing camera series overcomes the obstacles of imaging in ultra-high speed . More

GO series from JAI. Small, compact, economical 5 megapixel cameras GO series: small, powerful, economical and flexible

Jai presents the perfect starting point

Fitting between fingertips and sharing some of the features offered by the much larger SPARK series, the GO-5000 models offer a 5-megapixel imager in a simple, cost-lowering package that is well-suited to small, entry-level applications. More

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Autovimation's Nautilus protective enclosures for underwater filmingDouble-sealed against water intrusion

Taking care of your assets: Underwater filming made more secure with Nautilus IP68 enclosures

When filming underwater, the challenge is to ensure the protection of the camera against water seepage and More

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Innovative speed advantage with no additional costs

Teledyne Dalsa's TurboDrive speeds data transfer via GigE with no image loss

Melding the convenience of GigE with increased speed and no image loss, is now possible with Teledyne Dalsa's TurboDrive technology - a means of sending data across a gigabit Ethernet network at an increased rate More

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