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Sony IMX411 high resolution mono BSI camera

Sony IMX411 high resolution mono BSI camera
MTO - Make to order status
  • 151 Mpix
  • Camera with Sony IMX411 BSI
  • Monochrome
  • Medium format, Type 4.2 CMOS - Backside illuminated
  • PCIe speed of 32 Gbit/s allows 2 Fps at 16 bit
  • With flat ribbon flex cable ideal for Photogrammetry


Medium format, high resolution, compact camera for: 

Photogrammetry, Flat panel inspection (FPD), printed circuit board (PCB) examination, solar panel analysis, persistent stadium and border security, wide area surveillance, cinematography, sports and entertainment, 360 panorama, UAV and Autonomous, Unmanned vehicles, aerial or city mapping.


Options with various types of Cooling - Liquid, Air or Heatsink.




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Part Number MX1510MR-SY-X4G3
Resolution 151 MP 14176 x 10640 pixels
Frame rates 6 Fps at 12 bit, 4.6 Fps at 14 bit, 2 Fps at 16 bit
Sensor model Sony IMX411 ALR-C
Chroma Monochrome B/W
Sensor type CMOS BSI - Backside illuminated
Sensor size Medium format (Type 4.2)
Sensor active area 53.36 x 40 mm (Diagonal 66.7 mm)
Readout method Rolling shutter
Pixel size 3.76 µm
Digitization 16, 14, 12, 11 bit
Data interface PCI Express Gen3 x4 (PCIe)
Dynamic range 81 dB
Full Well Capacity 45 700 e-
On-chip binning 2x2, 3x3
Dark current 0.6 e-
Readout noise typ. 1.3 e-
Signal to noise ratio 46.6 dB
Gain range 36 dB
Exposure range 90 µs to 200 s
I/O Ports 2IN/2OUT
Power consumption 15 Watt
Lens mount M72 or custom active Hasselblad mount
Weight 455 grams
Dimensions WxHxD 80 x 80 x 45 mm
Cooling Fan or Water or Heatsink
Last Updated: 23 June 2024, 21:56

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