“The sensitivity and high-speed imaging performance of the CMOSIS CMV2000 and CMV4000 make these truly exceptional sensors,” says Vladimir Tucakov, Director of Sales and Marketing at Point Grey. “Integrating them into the extremely compact Grasshopper form factor and pairing them with Camera Link—still the bandwidth king at 680 MByte/s—allows us to bring a very unique product with unbeatable value to the market.”
The Gazelle is equipped with an industry-standard C-mount lens holder, removable optical window, two (2) SDR connectors with screw locks, on-board temperature and power sensors, and status LED. Every Gazelle comes with an ASA/ISO-compliant tripod mounting bracket at no extra cost. Additional features include 8- and 10-bit image modes, row windowing with support for up to 8 separate ROIs, the ability to install new firmware versions in the field, reverse imaging (X-Y mirroring), and embedded image information. Using a command set developed by Point Grey in conjunction with external frame grabber software, users can control camera operation and configure properties such as gain, exposure, and black level.
The GZL-CL-22C5M-C (2/3-inch 2048×1088 at 280 FPS), list priced at USD $1,695 and the GZL-CL-41C6M-C (1-inch 2048×2048 at 150 FPS), list priced at USD $2,545, are available to order now from Point Grey and its network of distributors.
About Point Grey Research, Inc.
Point Grey Research, Inc. is a worldwide leader in the development of advanced digital camera technology products for machine vision, industrial imaging, and computer vision applications. Based in Richmond, BC, Canada, Point Grey designs, manufactures and distributes IEEE-1394 (FireWire), USB 2.0, Gigabit Ethernet, and Camera Link cameras that are known for their excellent quality, performance, and ease of use. A broad range of hardware, software and mechanical engineering skills has allowed Point Grey to successfully bring many innovative and ground-breaking products to market. This drive for innovation has led to many industry firsts, including the first and smallest 1394b digital camera.
Since being founded in January of 1997, the company’s approach to product pricing, quality control, and customer service has attracted thousands of customers worldwide, and its organic growth through product sales has enabled the company to expand significantly without any outside investment. Point Grey currently employs more than 100 people worldwide, and has a wholly-owned subsidiary in Germany that provides sales and support services to customers in Europe, Africa, and Israel. Point Grey’s office in Japan works closely with the company’s network of distributors in Japan, Korea, China, Singapore, and Taiwan. For more information, visit www.ptgrey.com.