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What is CMOS sensor size in embedded cameras? How to pick the right sensor size?

Prabu Kumar
CMOS image sensors are available in a variety of sizes. But did you know how CMOS sensor size is measured? Did you know how to choose the right sensor size for your embedded vision application? Dive right in to learn these....
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Sony Exmor vs STARVIS sensors; a detailed comparison

Prabu Kumar
Exmor, Exmor R, STARVIS, and Exmor RS are four highly popular series of Sony sensors in markets like industrial, retail, medical, etc. Get a detailed comparison of these sensors in terms of their structure and architecture....
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What is Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR)? Why is SNR important in embedded cameras?

Prabu Kumar
Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR) measures the strength of the desired signal relative to the background noise. Demystify how SNR is calculated and develop an understanding of the practical steps to improve SNR....
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What is pixel binning – how does it work and what are its advantages?

Prabu Kumar
Pixel binning is a one-of-a-kind solution to help achieve enhanced sensitivity for small pixel size cameras. See in detail the role played by pixels in embedded vision and the advantages of pixel binning....
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A short guide to why monochrome cameras have the edge over color cameras

Prabu Kumar
Many assume color cameras are a better fit for every embedded vision application than monochrome cameras. But the reality could be different. Understand why monochrome cameras can be a better choice in certain embedded vision applications...
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CMOS sensors vs CCD sensors: why CMOS sensors are ruling the world of embedded vision?

Prabu Kumar
CCD and CMOS sensors come with their own benefits. The main difference lies in recreating images from electric signals. See why CMOS is already ahead of CCD - and what the future holds for both types of sensors in embedded vision....
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What is Near-Infrared Imaging and how do NIR cameras work?

Prabu Kumar
NIR imaging has a unique sensitivity profile to project distant objects with a clear vision and are particularly useful in night vision applications. Go backstage on NIR imaging and understand the role of NIR cameras in embedded vision applications....
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Differences between rolling shutter artifacts and motion blur

Prabu Kumar
It’s an industry myth that both motion blur and rolling shutter artifact can be eliminated using the same type of camera. The reason is these terms are often wrongly understood. Unearth expert insights on the differences between the two and learn how to choose a camera to overcome them....
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Similarities and differences between Sony STARVIS IMX290, IMX327, and IMX462

Suresh Madhu
The Sony STARVIS series offers image sensors with excellent low light performance. Of the many STARVIS sensors, IMX290, IMX327, and IMX462 are some of the most popular ones. In this blog, unearth the similarities and differences between these three sensors....