An imaging camera is a piece of equipment that captures a visual image. Imaging cameras are used in environmental science labs, in manufacturing, and in astronomy to take pictures that can help to analyze and identify materials. There are two basic types of imaging cameras, those that use the charge-coupled device (CCD) image sensor, which has a higher light sensitivity, or the CMOS image sensor, which is less expensive, but if there are moving objects when the picture is taken, part of the image may be distorted.
Considerations when choosing an imaging camera :
There are many variables between cameras, including speed, resolution, field of view, range of lighting levels in which they are effective, transfer rates, and software systems with which they are compatible.
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