With an electronic shutter and all pixel progressive readout of 120 fps, the 5MP CMOS sensor offers fast, enables the capture of distortion-free images even when shooting fast-moving objects. In a 2/3″ format, proprietary pixel designs with low power consumption and enhanced sensitivity further improve performance.
- Enhanced Near-Infrared Sensitivity 5MP GS CMOS sensor (Monochrome)
- Overlap Trigger Mode (External Trigger Width Control Mode)
- Full area readout: 120 fps
Adopts a global shutter that exposes all pixels simultaneously. This allows for the accurate image capture of even subjects moving at high speeds, making the sensors ideal for cameras performing such tasks as inspecting parts on factory conveyor belts.
Using a high frame rate would lead to increased electricity consumption. However, through proprietary Canon circuit technology, the sensors achieve low energy consumption.
In the external trigger width control mode, it’s possible to control the exposure time with the width of the Low period of the external trigger (TRG). Readout and exposure can be overlapped.
About this series
|Dark Random Noise||2.6e rms @ Analog gain x1|
|Saturation||12,000e – Dynamic Range Priority Mode (@ Analog gain 0 dB)7,000e – Frame Rate Priority Mode (@ Analog gain 0 dB)|
|Effective Pixels (Horizontal x Vertical)||2592 x 2056|
|Sensor Size||Approx. 2/3 inch (8.8 mm x 7.0 mm)|
|Pixel Size||3.4 µm x 3.4 µm|
|Maximum Frame Rate||60 fps – Dynamic Range Priority Mode 120 fps – Frame Rate Priority Mode|
|Shutter Type||Global electronic shutter function|
|Power Consumption (Type)||510 mW (all pixels @ 120 fps) 440 mW (all pixels @ 42 fps) Low Power mode|