The Helios2+ 3D Time-of-Flight camera offers two new in-camera processing modes: High Dynamic Range Mode (HDR) and Highspeed Mode. HDR mode combines multiple exposures in the phase range to provide optimized depth information in high-contrast scenes containing both high and low contrast objects. Highspeed Mode enables depth detection with single-phase metering, allowing faster shooting speeds and higher frame rates. The camera uses Sony’s DepthSense IMX556PLR ToF image sensor and utilizes four 850nm VCSEL laser diodes, enabling a depth resolution of 640×480 at a working distance of up to 8.3m and a standard frame rate of 30fps, or 103fps in Highspeed mode.
The Vial Scanner by Schäfter+Kirchhoff (www.sukhamburg.com) was developped for the in-situ imaging of Drosophila pupae and for automated measurement of their size.