Camera Fiber Extension

There are many advantages to using a camera fiber extension. You can get the camera and the fiber in one piece. This allows you to use one camera for multiple purposes. For example, you can attach a video camera to the fiber and extend its range. You can also connect a second camera to the same fiber and use the same fiber for the other. This will save both space and money. In addition, you can use one camera fiber extension to connect to more than one computer.


The  fiber optic cameras may be a combination of a video camera, either color or black-and-white, and a camera fiber extension. The camera extension may include an externally-controlled laser beam cladding to collect reflected light. The camera's focal length can be varied externally to provide a zoom effect, allowing it to capture images of different shapes and sizes.


For long-range camera fiber applications, the RCX C-Link is a good choice. Its remote extenders support data rates of up to 850 MB/s and pixel clock rates of 20-85 MHz. One camera can be connected to two other cameras through an EDT RCX adapter. The camera speed and resolution are limited only by the bandwidth and memory of the camera's host. The EDT PMC DV FOX frame grabber plugs into any PMC bus.


A scanned-camera-beam emitter, or CCD, detects the reflection of light and transmits it through the optical fiber. The reflected light is then amplified and interpreted by an image-forming device like a conventional TV. A camera fiber extension can be made of graded-index optical fiber or a pulsed camera beam. If you need an extension, make sure to check the specifications of your camera.


Another benefit of a fibre camera adapter is that it adds studio-quality control to the camera. This fiber converter converts audio and video from a digital camera to a standard television industry connection. It also features a high-capacity power supply to power the camera. It also offers connections for tally, dual channel intercoms, and a back-up engineering talkback channel. It also has a built-in VLock mount plate for secure attachment.


The present invention further comprises a system and method for getting video images from within a living body and displaying the images outside the body. The systems and methods include a camera fiber extension, a scanned-camera-beam emitter, and a reflected-light collector. The scanned-camera-beam emitter projects a light beam into an input end of a graded-index optical fiber, and the collected light information is then transferred through a flexible interconnector. Alternatively, the output end may be inserted inside a body and the image information is used by a control system.

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