Dimensions: 29 x 29 x 41 mm (1.14 x 1.14 x 1.61 in) to 44 x 44 x 25.4 mm (1.73 x 1.73 x 1.00 in), depending on model
Weight: 30-55 g (1.1-1.9 oz), depending on model
Power supply: external 12-24 Volt DC, Power over Ethernet (PoE)
Application areas: Fluid flow (3D Particle tracking, PIV), Light Field R&D, machine vision, endoscopy, microscopy, visual quality inspection, life science, face recognition, …
Lens: f/2.4, f/5.66, f/26 (for microscopy) lens, or full customization
Color Modes: color, mono, near-infrared (depending on model)
Storage: no internal storage
Shutter: global shutter
Exposure Times: 34 µs – 3,404 ms
LightField Resolution: 4.2 Megarays (number of light rays captured by the light field sensor), 5.5 µm square pixel size
Effective Resolution: up to 1 megapixel
Depth of Field: up to 6 times of standard cameras, software refocus
3D depth resolution: up to 200 discrete depth layers
Video frame rate: 25 fps (GigE), 56 fps (Dual-GigE), 180 fps (CameraLink), 30-90 fps (USB 3.0)
Controls: automatic or manual exposure, white balance, gain
Exposure control: automatic or manual
White balance: automatic or manual
Lens mount: C-Mount
Interface: Single/Dual Gigabit Ethernet, CameraLink, USB 3.0 superspeed (depending on model)
Software and such
Software: live camera software with demo-versions of all available features (software refocus, multiview perspectives, stereoscopy, 3D depth estimation).
Raytrix API/SDK interface for Microsoft Windows.
Software requirements: Windows 7, CUDA with OpenGL 4.0 and Compute Capability 2.0.
Hardware GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX-Titan with 6GB GPU memory (or higher).
File Format: ?
Export: up to 1 megapixel