Introducing the world’s first auto-focus camera based on the Sony IMX250 sensor

Introducing the world’s first auto-focus camera based on the Sony IMX250 sensorThe PL-D755 global shutter 5 MP camera provides low power consumption, high shock resistance, and fast focus adjustment and will be available in both monochrome and colour.

The varioptic lenses (9.6mm, 16mm and 25mm focal lengths) provide auto-focus capabilities in enclosed and board-level PixeLINK cameras. Coupled with imaging performance of the Sony IMX250 sensor, this camera is very fast, noiseless, and provides auto-focus capability from 10cm to infinity.

Key features

  • Sensor: Sony IMX250
  • Resolution: 2448 x 2048
  • Bit depth: 8 or 12
  • Dynamic range: 69.5dB
  • Sensor diagonal: 11.10 mm
  • Lens format: 2/3 inch
  • Pixel pitch: 3.45 μm
  • Frame rate: 75 fps


  • Medical imaging
  • PCB inspection
  • Imaging of live cells
  • Biometrics
  • Iris recognition
  • Barcode and label inspection
  • Packaging and measurement

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