4. May 2020  |  SVCam Products

Dynamic lens control for industrial applications

SVS-Vistek always strives to provide customers with new and innovative products. We are pleased to be able to provide a specially developed SVS-EF-adapter for our industrial cameras. With lenses of the Canon EF and EF-S series, this allows electrical control of the focus and aperture, which can be conveniently set using the software.   > read more

23. March 2020  |  SVS-Vistek intern

COVID-19 Statement

Dear valued partners and customers,

During this difficult time, I want to send our best wishes for your health and safety and that of your fellow employees and families. We are committed to full compliance with any governmentally imposed restrictions on travel, meetings and events in all the countries in which we operate. Additionally, we have set the following rules:   > read more

18. February 2020  |  SVCam Products

Shading with CMOS cameras

There are many good reasons for lens testing. But although an (expensive) lens has excellent values, it doesn't necessarily have to be compatible with your favorite camera. A shading effect can often be observed, but it is avoidable. Modern, high-resolution cameras with large CMOS sensors are particularly affected. A search for the cause.   > read more

17. February 2020  |  SVCam Products

101 Megapixel for Excellent Images

The new shr461CX is the latest model out of the high-resolution SHR camera series from SVS-Vistek. The new rolling shutter sensor IMX461 from Sony offers an extremely high resolution of 14192 x 10640 pixels and - as with its big sister shr411 - an outstanding image quality.   > read more

18. December 2019  |  SVCam Products

hr342XGE: A champion in the field with 31 megapixels

The hr342XGE is a technological milestone in camera construction. The camera combines the exceptional image quality of the Sony Pregius 2 sensor with an economical and super fast interface in a compact yet cool housing. It is currently the smallest IMX342 camera with 10 GigE on the market.   > read more