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Full HD Autofocus 8MP USB 3.0 Camera from e-con Systems™

e-con Systems launched the See3CAM_80 – an 8MP UVC USB 3.0 camera that supports video streaming of 1080p@30fps. It includes an 8 MP auto-focus camera module – the e-CAM80_MI8825_MOD. Find out why it’s very suitable for high-resolution imaging applications.

Linux USB 3.0 Camera

We have launched recently the See3CAM_80 – 8MP UVC USB 3.0 Camera, part of the See3CAM family of USB 3.0  cameras. The See3CAM_80 supports video streaming at resolutions of up to 1080p@30fps and includes an 8 megapixel autofocus camera module, the e-CAM80_MI8825_MOD, with an OV8825 CMOS image sensor. The UVC compliant cameras are plug-and-play in both Windows and Linux. In Windows, the camera is exposed as a DirectShow device and in Linux, as a V4L2 capture source.

The See3CAM_80 supports VGA@30, 720p30, 1080p30 preview resolutions for high end video recording, video analytics and HD video conferencing applications. e-con is also bringing the full 8 Megapixel still image capture capability to regular PCs for very high resolution imaging applications. Above all, the See3CAM_80 can stream the full 8MP resolution video at around 11fps for applications where full image resolution required, but at a lower frame rate. All the above are uncompressed video and streaming is through the USB3.0 interface which supports about 5Gbps bandwidth.

The See3CAM_80 is targeted for applications such as document cameras/visualizers, high resolution OCR applications for large sheet sizes, medical and scientific applications such as tissue vision, pathology examination and microscopic applications where high resolution streaming – even at a low frame rate – is required.

See3CAM_80 – 8MP USB 3.0 Windows/Linux USB camera offers the following features and benefits

  • Uncompressed video streaming – 1080p@30fps, 8MP@11fps
  • Continuous and Single trigger focus
  • User configurable GPIOs for LED, strobe, External still trigger,180° rotation, Flip/mirror
  • 8 Mega pixel still capture

For more information please visit https://www.e-consystems.com/See3CAM-80.asp

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