Hyperspectral 20 MP Video Camera with Groundbreaking New Approach
The new hyperspectral snapshot camera ULTRIS comes with high data quality, unprecedented image resolution, flexibility and speed, and with spectral on-demand video recording.
Cubert GmbH have been developing and manufacturing hyperspectral snapshot cameras for almost a decade. With these cameras, a complete three-dimensional data cube, the hyperspectral image, is taken within a blink of an eye. The snapshot optical technology has been the foundation for the development of the Cubert cameras, allowing time-saving hyperspectral image acquisition. Our innovative cameras are being used in a wide range of applications from UAV-based remote sensing measurements to lab-based imaging integrated with microscopes.
Cubert is proud to present the newest member of our product family: the hyperspectral light field camera ULTRIS. The camera features an Ultra-HD CMOS sensor with 20 MP, which makes it to the imaging spectrometer with the world-wide highest resolution. It has a native resolution of 400×400 pixel, resulting in an impressive 160,000 spectra, each with 100 spectral bands covering 450-850nm, taken in a single snapshot.
Cubert CEO Dr. René Heine says: “With the launch of the new ULTRIS we are taking hyperspectral snapshot imaging to the next level. It isn’t facelift, it’s a fundamental change.”
The new ULTRIS snapshot camera comes with exceptional data quality, highest image resolution, flexibility, speed, and ease-of-use, making it the world’s most advanced hyperspectral snapshot camera, as well as an on-demand spectral video recorder.