The Imaging Source DMK 33GX249e.AS, 1/1.2 " CMOS Pregius, Sony IMX249LL (progressive scan).

The Imaging Source DMK 33GX249e.AS

Monochrome GigE astronomy camera without IR cut filter.

 

 

 The camera ships with IC Capture.AS, a comprehensive software package with which you can capture lossless and uncompressed images sequences and write them to disk as AVI files, or as a series of singular bitmaps.

Sony IMX249LL 1/1.2 " CMOS Pregius Chip

The DMK 33GX249e.AS ships with the monochrome Sony IMX249LL progressive scan CMOS Pregius chip. With its 1/1.2 " format, the CMOS Pregius chip produces a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels. Thanks to this extremely high quality, the Sony IMX249LL CMOS Pregius chip is also often used in other scientific, industrial and medical image processing applications.

No Compression, No IR Cut Filter

The DMK 33GX249e.AS does not compress the video stream it outputs - the video data that is captured by the CMOS Pregius chip is outputted directly by the GigE connector. Similarly, the camera does not have an IR cut filter, a color filter, nor an other kind of electronic filter. The camera is, therefore, ideally suited to capturing very true-to-life images of the night sky.

High Speed Data Transfer Via GigE

In order to transfer the vast amount of data created by the stream of uncompressed and lossless monochrome images to the host PC, you need a very high speed bus. Hence, the DMK 33GX249e.AS is fitted with a fast GigE connector.

Included Software

The DMK 33GX249e.AS ships with the device driver IC WDM GIGE TIS and the camera control and image acquisition application IC Capture.AS. Both of these run on Windows 10, Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP (32 and 64 bit).

Software for Mac OS and Linux is available from third parties.

Technical details are subject to change
General Behavior
Video output format 8-Bit Monochrome, 16-Bit Monochrome
Dynamic range 8/12 bit
Optical Interface
IR cut filter no
CMOS Pregius specification