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Basler at SPIE Photonics West 2018

Do you know which sensor is the right one for your application?  Are you looking for high speed and high resolution? Or for high sensitivity in low light?

Let's talk about your challenge! Our engineers will be at #52 SPIE Photonics West in San Francisco starting January 30 and can advise you on the technology. We will also have the newest cameras on display.

Take a look at our highlights at #52 (South Hall):

ace U with the highly sensive Sony STARVIS sensors
The back-illuminated sensors IMX178 and IMX226 stand out with their high sensitivity. The low dark noise of 3 electrons and a quantum efficiency of over 80% makes them a great choice for low-light applications.

Learn more about Sony STARVIS sensors

ace L with the high-resolution Sony Pregius sensors
With resolutions of 9 and 12 MP, these models with the latest Pregius sensors (IMX253, IMX255, IMX267, IMX304) are a perfect fit for highly demanding applications like PCB inspection, ITS enforcement and tolling.

Learn more about Sony Pregius sensors

EMVA Data for Two High-Performance Examples

Camera Model Sensor Resolution Framerate QE Dynamic Range Dark Noise
acA4024-29um Sony STARVIS IMX226
12 MP 31 fps 82% 70.3 dB 3.4 e-
acA4112-30um Sony Pregius IMX253 12 MP 30 fps 70% 72.8 dB 2.4 e-

What is the Right IMX Sensor for Your Application?

Sean Pologruto

How do the Sony STARVIS and the latest Sony Pregius sensors differ in technology and what are they good at?

Come to see Sean Pologruto, our Applications Engineer, explaining the sensor and camera innovations in this live presentation.

Date and Location:
Tuesday, 30 January 4:00pm in Demo Area 2 (Hall D North)


The Moscone Center
747 Howard St, San Francisco, CA 94103


January 30 – February 1, 2018

Find us

Find the booth #52 on the floor plan


Free registration (exhibition)

Not coming? Urgent question?

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