Block cameras have revolutionized imaging project designs since their introduction to the market in the early 2000s. Renowned for their exceptional optical zooming and autofocusing capabilities, these cameras have gained immense popularity among embedded application developers. Their compact form, robust chassis, various output options, and easy integration capabilities make them a preferred imaging choice for system designers and engineers.
Which Videology Zoom Block camera is right for you
In today's market, there is a wide array of options available when it comes to selecting the perfect block camera for your specific imaging needs. To assist you in making the right choice, we prepared a comprehensive specifications table that outlines the features and specifications of each Videology Zoom Block. This valuable resource will guide you through the selection process, ensuring you find the most suitable Videology Zoom Block camera to bring your vision to life.
Whether you are overseeing the technical aspects of product development including the integration of cameras into systems or devices or involved in the overall management of a product line, including the selection and integration of a high-quality imaging solution into the final product, our comparison chart will provide you a good starting point with the necessary insights in one stop place.
This guide details various technical aspects of the Videology Zoom Block product lineup, including electrical, mechanical, parametric, and environmental values and specifications. You can easily see the different specs of each model, such as sensor size, sensor size, resolution, frame rate, etc. of our zoom block cameras side by side.
When a block camera module IS right for you
Videology Zoom Block cameras are used in many applications that need a high resolution image sensor and an enhanced optical zoom lens. These block cameras can zoom and autofocus at the same time. Videology autofocus zoom block cameras utilize additional technology such as a removable IR cut filter (day/night mode), digital slow shutter, wide dynamic range (WDR), and digital noise reduction to improve image quality even in difficult light conditions.
With our extensive knowledge of imaging solutions, we are here to support you in finding the perfect zoom block camera module that meets your specific requirements. We can also provide you with a deep understanding of how the autofocus algorithm of our block cameras works. Our dedicated team is prepared to assist you in selecting the most appropriate video output and how to integrate our zoom blocks into your application seamlessly.