In Canada, a series of the latest compact cameras for aerial photography


Teledyne DALSA introduced cameras with a GigE Vision interface based on 45M, 30M and 20M monochrome and color sensors. This manufacturer is considered the world leader in machine vision.


Teledyne DALSA released the Genie Nano 5G series, which included the M / C4500, M / C5400 and M / C8100 video cameras. The main advantages of the new cameras is the low price and ease of use. They are specifically designed for applications where high speed data capture and transmission are required.

It is assumed that the cameras will be used for monitoring in the manufacture of electronics, industrial metrology, aerial photography and other fields.

The new models replaced the discontinued KAI CCD sensors with improved high-resolution XGS sensors. They provide high performance and excellent image quality during optical inspection.

Now the company is able to provide its customers with shooting with a resolution of 3 to 45 megapixels.

The Genie Nano 5G 45M camera manages to transmit images at a speed of 15 frames per second, while maintaining full resolution.

The new Teledyne DALSA camcorders have compact dimensions: 5,9x5,9 cm.
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  1. I have never heard of this manufacturer, but the camera data deserves attention.
  2. iouris 15 May 2020 11: 40 New
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    Is this a Skolkovo development?
    1. mole 15 May 2020 21: 14 New
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      That's right. Skolkovo managers find it easier to work from Canada. There will be no sanctions.
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  4. Ros 56 15 May 2020 11: 58 New
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    The thing is of course interesting, but the money is probably even more interesting.
  5. APASUS 15 May 2020 12: 04 New
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    Here are the types of production you need to buy abroad
    1. Krev 15 May 2020 17: 26 New
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      Do not you know the story of buying an Opel at all? If you knew, you didn’t write such nonsense.
      Who will sell you similar high-tech industries? Can you give an example of at least one such purchase?
      1. APASUS 15 May 2020 17: 36 New
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        Quote: Krev
        Do not you know the story of buying an Opel at all?

        I know we had hundreds of such breakdowns, but sitting on the priest evenly and drooling is also not good.
        Quote: Krev
        Can you give an example of at least one such purchase?

        I can whip up two high-tech enterprises
        1 Arctech Helsinki Shipyard
        2 Buhler Industries Inc
        1. Krev 15 May 2020 18: 46 New
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          Arctech Helsinki Shipyard is initially a joint venture of the Russian United Shipbuilding Corporation with STX Finland Oy. Designed mainly for the construction of icebreakers and other ice-class vessels for work in the Arctic regions.
          In short, they are not fools to take part in a joint production with the Russians, when we have something to spy on us, as leaders in the development and production of the icebreaker fleet.

          Buhler. In Canada, demand for Versatile tractors is low, and after localization in Russia, Rostselmash counts on government support and compensation from the federal budget in the amount of up to 30% of the cost of equipment. The Russian side is already declaring that it will retain the highly qualified personnel and the well-known brand of Buhler, as well as the high quality products of the Canadian company. Those. localization of the assembly has moved closer to the sales market and subsidies, and leaves the competencies of qualified personnel in their former places. Yes, and not very high-tech production means if Canada is not in demand ...

          In total, both examples do not count.
          1. APASUS 15 May 2020 19: 14 New
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            Quote: Krev
            Yes, and not very high-tech production means if Canada is not in demand ...
            In total, both examples do not count.

            An interesting interlocutor The production of icebreakers does not count, the production of tractors does not count, carry clothes in checkered bags from China, the count?
            1. Krev 18 May 2020 17: 42 New
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              But essentially than object?
      2. Normal ok 15 May 2020 19: 22 New
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        Quote: Krev
        Do not you know the story of buying an Opel at all? If you knew, you didn’t write such nonsense.
        Who will sell you similar high-tech industries? Can you give an example of at least one such purchase?

        For example, at the beginning of this decade, the Chinese bought Volvo from the Swedes. Far from trash.
      3. missuris 15 May 2020 23: 24 New
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        you need to buy according to the Chinese method, introducing directors and employees, conducting lightweight industrial espionage.
  6. Pvi1206 15 May 2020 12: 07 New
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    undoubtedly will be in demand ...
  7. A. Privalov 15 May 2020 12: 14 New
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    As we say in BV, the herring has long been wrapped in this news.

    For those interested, 204 pages of the manual in pdf format:
    https://www.1stvision.com/cameras/dalsa/dataman/Nano-5G_Series-User-Manual.pdf
    1. Maki Avellevich 15 May 2020 12: 28 New
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      the working temperature of the front plate is -20 degrees, in my opinion it will not be enough for serious use.

      1. A. Privalov 15 May 2020 12: 37 New
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        These are not military, but industrial cameras. They are put in production shops. The conditions are standard.
        1. Maki Avellevich 15 May 2020 12: 39 New
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          Quote: A. Privalov
          These are not military, but industrial cameras. They are put in production shops. The conditions are standard.

          title of the article "A series of the latest compact cameras for aerial photography"
          1. A. Privalov 15 May 2020 12: 57 New
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            Well, maybe somehow you can use it. In a heated box, from the passenger compartment, through the hatch ...
  8. Free wind 15 May 2020 12: 35 New
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    Advertising, as I understand it. The characteristics of the cameras are not a fountain, monochrome, megapixels, even 10 megapixels, but what kind of zoom, optical, digital, children's data.
    1. A. Privalov 15 May 2020 12: 44 New
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      There in the lineup there is also a very serious resolution - 8192 x 5420. Actually, to whom and what is needed.
      1. Free wind 15 May 2020 12: 58 New
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        Yes, the case is even obscene made, on the fasteners with an asterisk, the edges are broken. Under the Internet cable, the slot is broken-up. request
        1. A. Privalov 15 May 2020 13: 13 New
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          Quote: Free Wind
          Yes, the case is even obscene made, on the fasteners with an asterisk, the edges are broken. Under the Internet cable, the slot is broken-up.

          Duc, Canadians. Wild people. What to take from them? request
  9. Krev 18 May 2020 17: 47 New
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    Quote: Normal ok
    For example, at the beginning of this decade, the Chinese bought Volvo from the Swedes. Far from trash.

    Everything is correct. They were selling and will sell to China, there is a different situation with the Chinese, completely different from us. But I’m talking about something else, I’m about our country, no one will sell us! I don’t remember such examples, I remember only the unsuccessful attempts of “our” naive oligarchs, or joint production in which the West does not lose its monopoly on its high-tech achievements and competencies.