1. SWIR Performance Camera With InGaAs Detector: FLIR A6260sc

    FLIR’S A6260sc is a short-wave infrared (SWIR) camera with high-speed performance and fully customizable features that sets the standard for SWIR cameras for science and R&D applications. 

  2. HD Format Digital SWIR InGaAs Camera: OWL 1280

    The OWL 1280 from Raptor Photonics is a digital short-wave infrared (SWIR) InGaAs camera in HD format, ideal for surveillance and scientific imaging applications including range finding, vision enhancement, astronomy, and hyperspectral imaging. The camera utilizes a 1280 x 1280 sensor for SCD that offers visible extension from 0.4 µm to 1.7 µm, and 10 µm x 10 µm pixel pitch for the highest resolution imaging.

  3. NIT, WDR InGaAs SWIR Camera Family

    The New Imaging Technologies' (NIT) wide dynamic range (WDR), InGaAs shortwave infrared (SWIR) sensors and camera systems are designed with the purpose of delivering a dynamic range greater than 140 dB in a single snapshot without any processing or tone mapping. 

  4. Digital Linescan Camera: LineCAM12

    The new LineCAM12 from Princeton Infrared Technologies is an InGaAs linescan camera designed to operate in the shortwave infrared (SWIR) and visible spectrum, from 0.4 to 1.7 µm. This camera utilizes a 1024 x 1 state of the art InGaAs linear array imager on 12.5μm pitch. It is currently available in a 250 mm tall pixel model for spectroscopy, and 12.5 mm square pixel model for machine vision applications.

  5. Lattice-Matched InGaAs Camera: 1280SCICAM

    Princeton Infrared Technologies offers the 1280SCICAM lattice-matched InGaAs camera designed for excellent SWIR and visible imaging 1280 x 1024 resolution at high frame rates greater than 95 fps at full frame size. The small pitch array at 12 μm, combined with the high quantum efficiency of the lattice-matched InGaAs arrays enables excellent imaging in the SWIR and visible band.

  6. Modular, Multifunction Night Vision Device With SWIR Upgrade: GEM III

    The GEM III is a multifunctional night vision device with a wide variety of configurations for an array of cameras, camcorders, lenses, and scopes for covert surveillance operations. This device is capable of true night vision in the world of still and full-motion digital image capture, and is able to change between configurations in a short amount of time without the use of tools.

  7. High Performance, Compact InGaAs SWIR Cameras: Bobcat 320 Series

    Bobcat-320: Affordable SWIR camera targets cost-sensitive markets.

    The new Bobcat-320-Series from Xenics is made up of 3 high performance, compact SWIR cameras. All 3 versions are equipped with the same sensor. This in-house developed InGaAs detector is sensitive from 0.9 – 1.7 µm, has a resolution of 320 x 256 pixels and a 20 µm pixel pitch. Due to its thermoelectric cooler low noise and dark current values are easily achieved which result in an excellent image quality. The cameras are equipped with a GigE Vision or a CameraLink interface and are available in 3 versions:

    1. a basic 100 Hz version
    2. an advanced 400 Hz version
    3. a special gated imaging version
  8. Barle High-Resolution 25 mm SWIR Lens

    Gooch & Housego's new 25 mm Barle high-resolution lens, for use with short wave infrared cameras, offers optimal SWIR imagery for machine vision and security applications, including remote sensing, fog penetration, and night vision.

  9. Non-ITAR, Low-Cost Micro 320CSX SWIR Camera

    The non-ITAR, low-cost 320CSX InGaAs camera offers 320 x 356 pixel resolution, a 12.5µm pitch, and a 4.0mm x 3.2mm active area. The camera is very compact, with the OEM version measuring in at 31.8 x 30.6 x 30.2mm, and the enclosed version is 31.8 x 31.8 x 30.6mm. 

  10. 60fps InGaAs SWIR Camera With Snapshot Exposure: Mini-SWIR JSX

    Sensors Unlimited offers the Mini-SWIR™ JSX Snapshot Camera, the 1280JSX, designed to provide real-time daylight to low light imaging in SWIR wavelengths. This version has a 60 FPS full frame rate and can be used in Driver Vision Enhancement (DVE) systems, in low-light level imaging applications, for covert surveillance in day or nighttime conditions, imaging through atmospheric obscurants, and for multi-laser spotting and tracking in military operations.