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June 2012

Venus transit captured by AVT Manta camera

On June 6, amateur Astronomer Oliver Stiehler captured transit of Venus in front of the sun using solar telescope and AVT Manta G-125B monochrome camera. »more


AVT at the AIA Vision Show in Boston

Allied Vision Technologies exhibited a large array of new camera models at the AIA Vision Show 2012 in Boston, MA, including first-ever 9-Megapixel machine vision camera, Prosilica GT with CMOSIS sensors and dual-tap Manta models.
»Watch video on AlliedVisionTV


3 new Manta camera models

Three new Manta cameras are now available for shipping!

  • The Manta G-145B NIR features the Sony ICX285 sensor with improved near-infrared sensitivity.
  • The Manta G-031B/C is the new entry model of the Manta family, delivering 125 fps at VGA resolution.
  • The Manta G-095C is the first machine vision camera fitted with the new Sony ICX692 EXview HAD II color sensor.


AVT Bonito:
New software and frame grabber application note

DeviceConfig v. 1.4.0 is now available. This camera configuration software tool provides support to the latest Bonito firmware functionalities (firmware v.1.0.7).
Besides, a list of Camera Link frame grabber sucessfully tested with the AVT Bonito can be found in a new application note.


Best Practice Case Study:
Innovative Microscopy Solutions with AVT cameras

Omek Optics showcased advanced microscopes for high-resolution and infrared imaging at the Optatec show 2012 in Frankfurt, Germany. AVT provides Manta and Goldeye cameras. »more



June 20-22, 2012
Automation 2012 - Shenzen, China

AVT's distributor Metron exhibits at booth #4A06/4A08. »more

June 20-22, 2012
Vision China Shenzen 2012 -
Shenzen, China
AVT's distributor China Daheng exhibits. »more

June 26-29, 2012
ExpoPack 2012 - Mexico City, Mexico

Visit our partner Infaimon at booth #2130. »more

June 27-30, 2012

Taipei Pack 2012 - Taipei, Taiwan

AVT's distributor G4 Technology exhibits. »more


Art of Vision

Imaging is our daily business. It is also that of visionary artists around the world who use photography, video and digital image processing to create art. Discover some of them with Eyes on Vision!

This month: "Poemotion-The way to see a new world"

Japanese artist Takahiro Kurashima uses optical illusions to create motion effects in his artwork...