16MP Autofocus USB camera with digital zoom and zero shutter lag

e-con Systems launches See3CAM_160, a 16 MP ultra-high-resolution autofocus USB camera that comes with digital zoom and zero shutter lag. The camera is perfect for a wide range of applications such as industrial rugged tablets, telepresence, document scanners, OCR-based document cameras, skin scanners, and access control systems.

Key features of See3CAM_160:

  • Sony IMX298 CMOS color image sensor.
  • Autofocus camera - Adjusts the lens to focus on the subject automatically.
  • Digital zoom option - Look at the details of a particular region of interest.
  • Compact form factor - Enables portable solutions.
  • Zero shutter lag - Captures high-resolution still images instantaneously.
  • Inbuilt high-performance ISP - Bring out the best-in-class image quality.
  • USB 3.1 Gen1 interface - Plug-and-play functionality
  • Capable of streaming video data in both MJPEG and UYVY formats.
  • Ready-to-market camera board - Accelerates the end product’s time-to-market.
  • High quality video streaming up to 16 MP.

To know more and evaluate this camera, visit: 4K Sony IMX298 Autofocus USB Camera | 16MP Camera

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Crazy how cheap cameras are getting. One issue with this with a continuous motion scanner like the kinograph is that it uses a rolling shutter, so it wouldn’t work without smearing. If the film is being held still though, this would be fine. We’re using a rolling shutter camera in the Sasquatch scanner, because the transport is intermittent motion.

This Autofocus camera is best suited for document scanner and OCR applications