Point Grey has brought yet another innovation to the camera world as they have introduced a USB camera which is claimed to be the world’s smallest camera of that kind. The so said "ice-cube sized" camera has the capability to pipe out 4,096 x 2,160 images via the USB 3.0 port. The camera is expected to deliver picture of immense quality as it features an efficient Sony's new IMX1221 Exmor R sensor. This camera will be useful for industry and business applications which need high resolution images.
Point Grey launched this 4K USB 3.0 Camera more for business-centric applications. This camera can be very well utilized for high-resolution optical inspection and also for broadcasting. The 8.8 MP, 4K2K sensor makes this camera an exceptional master piece in its pretty lower size.
By reducing noise and increasing quantum efficiency, "Exmor R" comes up with dynamic range and improved sensitivity producing high quality sharp colour images. This new Flea3 camera is best suitable for numerous high resolution colour applications like ophthalmology and interactive multimedia.
Point Grey launched their first USB camera by 2009 and continued with their innovative technology boosting up camera efficiency with new products. This new camera measures 29 x 29 x 30mm and comes with a lot of dedicated features just to improvise the reliability of the small USB 3.0 set up.
It has a built-in 32 megabyte frame buffer; temperature, and on-camera power. It also features status monitoring along with an updatable firmware. The USB camera also offers colour interpolation, gamma correction, look up table, and even pixel binning functionality which boosts up the overall camera functions within this small size.
With all these pretty impressive features, this World's smallest USB camera from Point Grey can be purchased at a justifiable price of around Rs. 48,000/-. With this latest addition to its popular Flea3 USB 3.0 cameras, the company is planning to hold on their market position as an innovative manufacturer of USB camera models. They are said to be the leaders of industrial digital camera manufacturing which keenly focuses on machine vision, traffic, bioscience, and also GIS applications.