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July 14th, 2011
Z/I Imaging Releases High-End Large Format Digital Camera System DMC II 250

Brand New Lens Design for Unmatched Image Quality
The DMC II 250 offers an extremely large footprint and wide swath width that reduces the number of images and stereo models required for a specific area and thus increases productivity. The unique 250 Megapixel PAN camera head includes the largest single frame CCD available in the industry, resulting in the highest geometric accuracy and radiometric quality of any large format frame airborne camera today. 

Due to a brand new lens design by Carl Zeiss, Germany, the Z/I DMC II 250 with a focal length of 112mm and a 5.6 micron pixel size provides unmatched image quality and allows an extremely high resolution down to 2 cm GSD as well as high-resolution data acquisition in urban areas to overcome flying height restrictions. This, combined with a field of view of 45,5° x 38,6°, which reduces occlusion for tall buildings in urban areas, makes the DMC II 250 the ideal solution for high-resolution, high accurate stereo data acquisition, and 3D urban city models. Read More