Cameras are used to capture images of objects or locations being examined for a number of imaging applications such as machine vision or machine automation. Cameras are imaging components that interface with imaging lenses. They contain sensors designed to image the light focused by the imaging lenses. Cameras are built with many image sensor formats, such as CCD or CMOS sensors suitable for almost any camera imaging application. They are widely used in production control, object flow management and microscopy. This guide does not treat monitoring cameras, which will be treated separately.
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