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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

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