Vieworks Ultra High Resolution Pixel Shift Camera up to 1,359 Megapixels
Vieworks Ultra-High Resolution Pixel Shift Cameras are truly unique. Producing the industries highest resolution from a single image sensor, these cameras use a piezo-electric micro shifting technology (Pixel Shift) achieving resolutions as high as 1,359 million pixels. The Vieworks Pixel Shift Cameras come in a variety of resolutions, color or monochrome and speeds with some having a Thermo-Electric cooling. The speed depends on the camera output interface with the Cameralink being slow FPS and the Coaxpress interface having higher FPS. These vision cameras are cost effective in replacing multiple matrixed cameras used to image stationary subjects to create an ultra large image with a single camera. The Pixel Shift Series of cameras include the VN (non-cooled pixel shift) & VNP (cooled pixel shift).
- The VN-25MX has an OnSemi Vita 25K CMOS image sensor operating in native 25 megapixel resolution which can record 100 MP at 18 FPS or 225 MP at 9 FPS.
- The VN-200MX has a CMOSIS (AMS) CMV50000 CMOS image sensor operating in native 50 megapixel resolution which can record 190 MP at 7.7 FPS or 427 MP at 3.4 FPS.
- The newest Vieworks Pixel Shift Camera is the VNP-604MX which has a Sony IMX411 BSI CMOS image sensor operating in native 151 megapixel resolution recording 604 MP at 1.5 FPS and 1,359 MP at 0.69 FPS. Yes, you read correctly, 1,359 MP resolution!
Need a LabView interface? No problem. We have a VI driver for the Pixel Shift cameras called Grab (v18.104.22.168_171218) VI LabVIEW software - The Grab (v22.214.171.124_171218), hereafter referred to as “Grab” LabVIEW software is an example program designed to demonstrate the various functions and operation of the Vieworks pixel shift cameras built upon the Euresys Quad G3 coaxpress board in a Win 10 computer running LabVIEW.
We also provide source code (VS C++) for operating the Pixel Shift Cameras in either a Graphic API or a Console API (DOS shell). The source code is free of charge with a Pixel Shift Camera.