camera head

camera head

[′kam·rə ‚hed]
(graphic arts)
That component in a microfilming device that contains the film, the film-advance mechanism, and the lens.
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30 videolaparoskop with integrated video chip / laparoscopes with external camera head and the light guide,- 2 (two) pcs.
For the "Top of the Needle" experience, photographers worked with a mechanical engineer to construct a heavy duty mount to attach a robotic camera head that captured in 360 degrees to the spire of the Space Needle.
Each camera head offers 8 GB, 16 GB, and 32 GB memory options for excellent high performance Gigabit Ethernet interface to PC.
A highlight of RX400 is the automatic centering of the camera head inside the pipe thus ensuring a fast inspection of pipeline systems.
For easier setup, the P10 has a progressive scan camera head and a free-angle camera arm and LED lamp.
The company said its mechanical arm display device offers a full 1080p High Definition output and 5 megapixel camera head to improve clarity and image quality.
The mountable camera head is 1-inch in diameter and three inches long.
The camera head has both vertical and horizontal image rotation, allowing users to capture a whiteboard or 3D objects, as well as flat pages, with ease.
The company said the Cytoscope includes a built-in light source, eliminating the need for a separate camera head and light guide cable on the insertion tube.
Consisting of a waterproof micro camera head and dedicated MPEG-4 DVR with a 2.
Other features include a rotating camera head, full backlight for showing transparencies, RS-232 connectivity, electronic image flip and a remote control with a pop-out remote control slot.
The unit features a unique articulating thermal camera head that enables framing of electrical and mechanical systems from floor level to overhead while maintaining an optimal viewing angle and hand position, even when operating in tight spaces.