2009

Polarization Camera

The FD-1665P camera system from FluxData, Rochester, NY, collects video at three linear polarization orientations simultaneously. The simultaneous registered video is captured from three sensors, and the optical system is based on the FD-1665 three-CCD camera system that can be configured with user-specified filters in front of each sensor. The standard offering for the camera is 0-, 45-, and 90-degree linear polarization filters in front of the three RGB sensors at up to 120 frames per second. The three CCDs can be simultaneously or sequentially triggered via software or hardware.

altThe system accepts 14-mm to 1500-mm lenses in F-mount and t-mount styles, and includes connection points for fixed or tripod mounting. The design offers connections to the Firewire, GPIO, and power connections of each camera. The optical system is integrated into a compact enclosure measuring 4.8 × 3.5 × 4.4".

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