Lanoptik Release New Model MDX311 for Low Light Application

January 16, 2014, Guangzhou

In order to cover the mass market who request a budget camera for low light imaging. Lanoptik Technologies released its first SONY CMOS camera MDX311 in January 2014.


MDX311 employs Sony 3 MP progressive scan CMOS sensor IMX036LQR-C. USB 2.0 interface with 32 MB onboard memory make sure the camera stable and high speed data transmission. It offers 14 fps at 3 MP, 54 fps at 1024x768 and up to 61 fps at 680x480. And the built-in ISP of the camera ensures a low CPU overhead under this speed. MDX311 is based on a universal software development kit, easy to integrate.

MDX311 is fully compatible with Windows XP (32bit), Win7 (32/64bit) OS, and support TWAIN and DirectShow interface. Equipped with SONY CMOS sensor IMX036LQR-C, MDX311 has high sensitivity. It is a rare choice for the tiny budget customers, who want to low light capturing.

It can also be used for other applications such as pathology, histology, metallurgy, measuring, semiconductor, material science, surface inspection, quality control etc.