High quality 90fps 4K camera delivers ultra-low light performance

09-02-2021 | e-con Systems | Test & Measurement

e-con Systems offers its new SONY STARVIS-based 4K Ultra-HD MIPI camera module for smart city, sports vision, quality inspection and factory automation applications. This camera module is ideal for applications needing high level of image recognition and detection in a compact design. This makes it ideal for video analytics purposes. The new 4K camera module, e-CAM83_CUMI415_MOD adds to the company’s 4K (Ultra-HD) family of cameras offering a unique 90fps streaming capability. This camera is provided with the 8MP SONY STARVIS IMX415 CMOS image sensor. Its low light sensitivity provides clear colour images even at very low light or even no light (nearly 0 lux) conditions. It is able to stream high frame rate (90fps) at 4K (3840 x 2160) resolution. Its interchangeable M12 (S-mount) lens enables customers to select the lens of choice depending on their application needs.

“Next generation of Smart Surveillance cameras powered by NVIDIA Jetson, demand high resolution 4K video for monitoring of large area and our e-CAM83_CUMI415_MOD will be the ideal camera for these applications thanks to its excellent low light capability and 4K video streaming. The first-in-the-segment feature of 4K streaming video at 90fps Jetson AGX Xavier platform marks e-CAM83 as an ideal solution for AI sports cameras, drone camera photography and many applications requiring high resolution and high frame rates.“ said Ashok Babu, president of e-con Systems.

The 4K camera offers four times the resolution of 1080p, prodding excellent image details with good colour reproduction, which is suitable for applications that need monitoring over a large area such as parking lot management, traffic monitoring systems, smart surveillance and more. The capacity to stream 90fps in uncompressed format as well as its low light performance make the product ideal for industrial applications including factory automation and quality inspection as well.

By Natasha Shek