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Case Study: Maximising Camera Performance With Filters

Published: 02 Jul 2019 by

Lumenera camera filtersTeledyne Lumenera, a developer of imaging solutions for unmanned systems, has released a case study outlining how filters may be used to maximise camera performance for applications such as machine vision and UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle) inspection and precision agriculture.

Read the full case study here

The case study provids details of:

  • Filter theory – using absorptive and dichroic filters
  • Polarizer filters for glare reduction in machine vision applications
  • Dual bandpass filtering for multispectral imaging, including intelligent traffic systems and precision agriculture
  • Contrast enhancement
  • Multispectral imaging using a filter wheel

To learn more about how filters can improve performance for UAV, drone and unmanned systems imaging applications, read the full case study on Teledyne Lumenera’s website.

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