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Longwave 640x480 pixels 17-micron format infrared detector

12/11/2009 09:00 AM EST
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SpeedEvil
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SpeedEvil   1/2/2011 7:14:28 PM
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Various releases on the website mention that tehy hope to get below 2K EUR. But - this is for 'low-end' sensors. It would not surprise me for the 1024x768 sensor alone to exceed 10K. In some apps, this does not matter.

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kicker24   12/12/2009 12:32:26 PM
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1024x768 is also available. Why to mention only the small size sensor? Are there any chances to get such a camera for less than 1k EUR?

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