Panasonic launch new high sensitivity micro camera head

Panasonic Industrial Medical Vision has launched a new high sensitivity micro camera
head, for the industrial and medical markets, capable of operating in low light
conditions.

The new GP-KH232HA micro camera-head benefits from a 1/3 type Full HD single MOS
sensor, which can operate at a minimum illumination of just 5 lx at F1.4. Required
illumination comprises solely 2000 lx at F8.

The compact camera (28mm x 27mm x 39mm) weighs only 48g and is suitable for a variety of applications in the medical, Pro AV, Industrial or Life Sciences field.

The camera head has Full HD (1080/59.94p.50p) resolution. The CCU implies HDMI, RGB, SDI and S-Video outputs. Other key features include an electronic shutter, gain adjustment, electronic sensitivity enhancement, x2.5 electronic zoom as well as freeze, flip and mirror options for flexible imaging.

Patrick Linder, Industrial Medical Vision European Product Manager said:

The GP-KH232HA remote camera head is available for the Panasonic IMV 1 MOS micro
camera control units GP-KH232CUE as well as GPKH232CSE and cables range from 2m to 15m. With the full micro camera system, we have the option to address various markets such as industrial or medical

About Panasonic

Panasonic Corporation is a worldwide leader in the development and engineering of electronic technologies and solutions for customers in residential, non-residential, mobility and personal applications. Since its founding in 1918, the company has expanded globally and now operates over 500 consolidated companies worldwide, recording consolidated net sales of 7.74 trillion yen (57.74 billion Euros) for the year ending March 31, 2014. Committed to pursuing new value through innovation across divisional lines, the company strives to create a better life and a better world for its
customers.

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