Here is Vladimir Tucakov's presentation at Industrial VISION days at VISION 2014 - "How To Select The Right Camera Using The EMVA 1288 Imaging Performance Standard". Using practical examples and relating them to EMVA1288 data, Vladimir Tucakov presents effective approaches in narrowing down your search for you next camera purchase.
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"How to select the right camera using the EMVA 1288
imaging performance standard"
Comparing basic camera specifications such as frame rate, resolution and interface is easy. Comparing imaging performance of cameras is not. First, you need to understand what the various measurements really mean. What is quantum efficiency? How is read signal to noise ratio different from dynamic range? You have to navigate the naming conventions. What is the difference between saturation capacity and well depth? Then you need to determine if the method one camera manufacturer uses to measure their camera is the same as that of other manufacturers. Is quantum efficiency measured at the peak or at a specific wavelength? The EMVA1288 standard addresses all these questions.
Using practical examples and relating them to EMVA1288 data, Vladimir Tucakov will present effective approaches in narrowing down your search for you next camera purchase.
Wednesday, Nov 5th | 1:00 to 1:30 pm | Forum 1A75