What's the Best Way to Compare Modern CMOS Cameras?
A sensor model can be used in a number of different cameras from various manufacturers. Are these cameras equivalent when only the sensors are identical?
Which aspects are important when it comes to helping users, developers and project teams select the right camera? The decision can of course vary based on the application and requirements.
Considering the EMVA data of different cameras helps you get comparable information. In addition to these data, there are other important factors for the decision. This includes a few aspects regarding the image quality (e.g. image errors and their correction), different hardware properties of the camera (e.g. design size and temperature behavior) and the camera’s feature set.
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