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Ultra Low-Light night vision camera SPI X27: color with 5 million ISO

Ultra Low-Light night vision camera SPI X27: color with 5 million ISO

[16:40 thu,20.April 2017   by ]    

The ultra-low-light camera SPI X27 developed for military applications is light enough to make star-shaped nights appear bright in daylight - and still in color, and thus overcomes all other current low-light cameras. It is sensitive to the wavelength range from 390 nm to 1200 nm (visible light plus infrared) and has a sensitivity of 5 million ISO with an image resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels and 60 (optional 120) images per second. The image is output via HD-SDI and HDMI. In contrast to other night vision cameras, the X27 can also be used during the day. It achieves this sensitivity and the very low noise caused by the use of extremely large pixels of the CMOS sensor and special image-enhancing algorithms. Also, the camera seems to be the traditionalCustomary IR-cut filters, in order to use the additional picture information. Light with a strength of only one Mililux is sufficient to allow HD color images. Infrared light is converted into visible images. PIC1: Ultra Low-Light Camera SPI X27 The first clips on YouTube of the SPI X27 are already almost one year old (image-sensors-world.blogspot.de/2016/05/more-details-on-spi -color-night-vision.html (here) the press release), but only recently the special camera has been "discovered". It is originally intended for military and police applications. The sensor module as the core of the system can be installed in other devices such as night vision devices or drones. Applications in film and, for example, natural documentations are, of course, also conceivable and would be


    

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