The difference between industrial cameras and digital cameras
The shutter time of industrial cameras is extremely short and can clearly capture fast-moving objects, while ordinary cameras capture fast-moving objects very blurry. The image sensor of industrial cameras is a progressive scan, while the image sensor of ordinary cameras is interlaced.
Even scans every three lines; the shooting speed of industrial cameras is much higher than that of ordinary cameras. Industrial cameras can take ten to hundreds of pictures per second, while ordinary cameras can only take 2-3 images.
Industrial camera output focuses on bare data, and its spectral range is often relatively wide, which is more suitable for high-quality image processing algorithms, and is commonly used in machine vision systems.
The picture taken by an ordinary camera, its spectral range is only suitable for human vision, and after MPEG compression, the image quality is also comparably poor.