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Optronis presents slow-motion camera with high-speed tracking in full-HD Slow-motion cameras offer simple and precise analytical tools for product development and for error or behaviour analyses. With the software-assisted tracking function combined with the new Sprinter-FHD camera, Optronis is presenting a measuring instrument that is set to not only simplify analysis enormously, but also make […]


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22. November 2018

CamPerform-Cyclone high-speed camera with 4-channel CXP-12 interface sets the trend at this year’s VISION CamPerform-Cyclone, the new high-speed camera series, achieves an overall data transfer rate of 50 Gbit/s thanks to the new CXP-12 interface and four CXP-12 channels. That means Optronis not only offers one of the first cameras to feature a CXP-12 interface, […]


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21. November 2018

New high-speed Sprinter-FHD camera from Optronis offers automated object tracking The CamRecord Sprinter series from Optronis is getting a new addition to the family: the Sprinter-FHD. With full HD resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels, the Sprinter-FHD achieves over 1,800 images per second. The camera is controlled via the TimeViewer software, which now also offers […]


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22. October 2018

Optronis presents the new CamPerform Cyclone high-speed camera series with CXP-12 interface   In the new CamPerform Cyclone series, Optronis is presenting one of the first cameras to feature the new CXP-12 interface at VISION. The modern series is set to establish new benchmarks in machine vision performance: with four channels and a volume of […]


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18. October 2018

    Optronis is unveiling two new cameras for industrial image processing, with its CP70-16-M/C-148 and CP70-2-M/C-1000 models. Both use the CoaXPress standard for continuous transmission of image data in real time. The cameras come with a global shutter, and are available in a monochrome or colour version from May of this year.


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9. April 2018

2017 was an exciting year, and at the same time the most successful in the Machine Vision segment since the launch of Optronis Machine Vision cameras back in 2009. Sectoral acceptance of fast CMOS sensors and the high requirements placed on high-performance real-time data processing in all categories of fast image recording challenged the whole […]


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14. December 2017

High-speed cameras presents new challenges to users of slow motion technology, the super time lapse, and in industrial image processing with machine vision. The immensely high data flows of modern image sensors demand intelligent archiving, while at the same time new solutions are required in real-time data processing. Optronis offers new technical concepts and services […]


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6. November 2017

    Identifying and meeting customer requirements, increased employee engagement and high product quality are established features of how we work at Optronis – something now also recognised, since 2016, under the new ISO9001 standard (ISO9001-2015). Successful certification and the first repeat audit, passed in 2017, demonstrate that Optronis lives these principles through continuous improvements […]


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11. July 2017

    Cameras with high resolutions and high frame rates, i.e. cameras with high image data volumes, are capable of being scaled up within their overall performance capacity, making them highly adaptable in use. In addition, the components are opening up new fields of application, thanks to their high performance. To make it easier for […]


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11. July 2017

    Optronis “Sprinter” slow-motion camera now with SSD backup High frame rates combined with high resolution increase image data rates massively in high-performance slow-motion and high-speed cameras. It is not uncommon to come across data volumes of several GB per second. The Sprinter slow-motion camera from the Optronis CamRecord series now offers high-performance, modern […]


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30. March 2017

The image processing market, and all associated technologies, continue to be on an upward trajectory. Annual growth of 10-15% worldwide in the machine vision segment alone demonstrates more than just extensive interest. Robust, well-performing technologies, but above all the massive speed of innovation and development, are factors which continue to drive the market.


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29. March 2017

Standardisation is not always easy to implement, particularly in highly innovative sectors such as image processing; what gives customers greater security and comparability is often a huge challenge for the technology and sometimes an apparent competitive disadvantage in terms of marketing. This is where Optronis nails its colours firmly to the mast: in the CamPerform […]


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12. October 2016

Powerful inline measuring solutions are the answer to ever tougher requirements in automated production systems. Camera manufacturer Optronis now offers a new camera series that delivers extremely detailed image data in continuous operation alongside a high resolution and frame rate.


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7. September 2016

Optronis now supplies a range of high-speed cameras to satisfy virtually all industrial image processing needs. Cameras by Optronis are used throughout the world for high-end automation, 2D/3D AOI applications and in the machine vision sector. By supplementing the CamPerform range with the recently publicised CP70 and CP 90 lines, customers can now choose from […]


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24. August 2016

The CamPerform CP 70-1 by Optronis is a high-performance, high-speed camera for high end automation in the machine vision sector and 2D/3D AOI applications. With its compact construction, state-of-the-art power design and high degree of light sensitivity for such a small sensor, the CamPerform 70-1 is aimed mainly at users of high-speed 2D/3D measuring technology […]


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10. August 2016

The new ISO 9001:2015 standard focuses much more on a process-orientated direction, which very much plays to the strengths of dynamic organisations such as Optronis. Moreover, the quality management system now also needs to be incorporated into the strategic direction of the organisation. This calls for managements to take on more responsibility. Dr. Patrick Summ, […]


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22. June 2016

NIT America (NAC Imaging Technologies America) and NAC Germany have been among the recognised greats in the high-speed market for nearly 60 years now. As a leading distributor of high-speed camera equipment and imaging solutions, NAC is now extending its range with cameras that combine high frame rates and long recording times – from Optronis, […]


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22. March 2016

SIS Stemmer Imaging Services supplies a comprehensive range of image processing components, systems and solutions, as well as camera systems and components in the high performance range in the form of Optronis products. On 1 January 2014, SIS Stemmer Imaging Services took over the leading supplier of image processing equipment in Northern Europe and Poland, […]


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8. March 2016

The Sprinter series of Optronis CamRecord cameras will be available in early 2016. In the new product line Optronis has set yet another milestone in terms of speed, possible data volume and user-friendly operation. Operated using Android tablets and equipped with an additional SSD hard disk and IRIGB synchronisation, the Sprinter series certainly packs a […]


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15. December 2015

CamPerform – now with even more powerThe latest model of CamPerform from Optronis is equipped with a powerful CMOS sensor of the Python series from On-Semiconductor. The new camera of the high-performance CMOS sensors with cutting-edge global shutter technology and a resolution of 25 megapixels makes CamPerform an even stronger partner for machine vision, 2D/3D […]


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12. December 2015

The news that Sony is discontinuing its line of CCD image sensors came as a blow to the image processing industry. Anyone who had still believed in the quality and leading role of CCD until this point in time was abruptly disabused of the notion. Is this why CMOS belongs to the future? Yes. CMOS […]


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7. September 2015