25GigE Camera Models With Sony Pregius S IMX535, IMX536 and IMX537 Sensors Now Available

Emergent Vision Technologies have announced they are releasing three additional camera models featuring Sony Pregius S sensor technology in their BOLT SFP28 – 25GigE high-speed camera series.

HR and HB models with C-mount

High resolution, fast frame rates

The new HB-5000-SB (IMX537), HB-8000-SB (IMX536), and HB-12000-SB (IMX535) respectively offer 5.1, 8.1 and 12.4 Megapixels, as well as frame rates from 192 to 269 fps.

Thanks to the Sony Pregius S back-illuminated pixel structure that delivers distortion-free, high imaging performance and miniaturization, these new camera models also deliver double the frame rate as previous generations. Benefits of the BOLT series include <1% CPU Utilization, and accurate multi-camera synchronization using PTP IEEE1588. In addition the cameras’ SFP28 – 25GigE interface offers three cable options from 1 meter and up to 10 kilometers to match most applications requirements and budget.

“Emergent is the first and only camera manufacturer with full support of the IMX53x family of highest speed Sony sensors. We have developed our own hardware and firmware to support the full 5GHz speed of Sony’s SLVS-EC sensor interface. Coupled with the Emergent exclusive 25GigE interface, this allows models based on the IMX53x sensors to achieve the full frame rate that the sensors support. Be aware that most manufacturers will run this sensor at much slower speeds without the aforementioned support.”, says John Ilett, President of Emergent Vision Technologies.

As per the initial Pregius S based models released in October 2019, these three new camera models are ideal for high-speed applications that require excellent image quality and fast frame rates. They include industrial inspection, automation, ITS (Intelligent Transportation Systems), logistics, virtual reality, volumetric capture, and referee assist.

The BOLT HB-5000-SB, HB-8000-SB, and HB-12000-SB are now available for shipping.

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