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Model Description:
IEEE 1394 Progressive Scan Color Raw Camera

Model Details

Sony's new XCD-SX910CR progressive scan, IEEE 1394 camera is the latest addition to join Sony's growing line up of digital, high-speed cameras. This new digital camera satisfies the demand for high speed, color, progressive scan cameras and are ideally suited for those customers who need (a) a progressive scan camera that can achieve 30 frames/sec in color; (b) high resolution of 1280 x 1024 in an industrial housing; and, (c) access to the raw pixel values so customers can do their own color processing. The "CR" in its model number stands for "Color Raw". This new "CR" model uses a CCD with a color mask (commonly called a "Bayer filter") and output the "raw color" pixel values in 8 or 10 bit to be converted to a color image on the computer. The color conversion that takes place in the computer is supported by Sony's new IEEE 1394 software and most 3rd party Firewire® compatible software (e.g., Matrox, National Instruments and Unibrain).


  • High Frame Rate & High Rate Scanning 15 frames/second at up to 1376 x 1024 in 8-bit mode
  • Raw Pixel Values The XCD-SX910CR camera outputs the raw pixel values as Mono-8 (8-bits per pixel) in 8-bit mode or Mono-16 (16 bits per pixel) in 10-bit mode. The low level driver or your application can then convert the raw image to color using common Bayer conversion ro
  • Color Processing Outside the Camera In some instances it is preferable that the color processing occur outside the camera. By doing so, this enables special processing to the image prior to color conversion and gives you the ability to use your specialized color conversion routines. The XCD

  • Image Device - 1/2 type Progressive Scan CCD
  • Picture Elements - 1392 (H) x 1040 (V)
  • Image Size - SXGA: 1280 (H) x 960 (V) Max. 1376 (H) x 1024 (V)
  • Lens Mount - C Mount
  • Minimum Illumination - 4 lx (F0.95 lens open, +18 dB Gain)
  • Digital Interface - IEEE 1394-1995
  • Transfer Rate - 400/200 Mbps
  • Frame Rate - 15 / 7.5 / 3.75 / 1.875 fps
  • Gain Control - Auto/Manual (0 to 18 dB, 0.035 dB steps)
  • External Shutter - 1/100,000 to 17.5 s
  • External Trigger Shutter - Trigger start (mode 0), trigger start and exposure duration (mode 1)
  • Partial Scan - 256 zones (16 x 16)
  • Power Requirements - DC 8 to 30 V (from IEEE 1394 camera cable)
  • Power Consumption - 4.5W
  • Dimensions - 44 (W) x 33 (H) x 116 (D)mm / 1-3/4 x 1-15/16 x 4-5/8 inches)
  • Mass - 250 g (9 oz)
  • Operating Temperature -5° C to +45° C (23 to 113° F)
  • Storage Temperature -30 to 60° C (-22 to 113° F)
  • Operating Humidity - 20 to 80% (non-condensing)
  • Storage Humidity - 20 to 95% (non-condensing)
  • Vibration - 10 G (20 to 200 Hz)
  • Shock Resistance - 70 G
  • Regulations - UL60950 listing, FCC Class B Digital Device, CD (EN61326)

Additional Detailed Information:
Product Highlights
  • Separate gain for red, green and blue pixels to maximize the color S/N ratio
  • Color conversion process handled by a computer (not by the camera)
  • Multiple Cameras can be synchronized at full frame rate with trigger and will self-synchronize to the common Firewire compatible bus clock
  • Fast software trigger
  • Allows for multiple cameras on a single bus in 8-bit mode (less bandwidth per camera)
  • Binning 1 x 2 and 2 x 2 for high frame rates and high sensitivity in monochrome
  • High shock and vibration resistance

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