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Sony A6000 Visible Sensor

The Sony A6000 captures the finest detail with the DSLR-sized 24.3 effective megapixel APS-C sensor. Using the 16mm wide angle lens we are able to capture data down to 2.4cm GSD resolution at 400ft. The A6000 is equipped with a Exmor APS HD CMOS sensor usually found inside a DSLR to ensure an extremely fast performance, sharp image quality and low noise images, even in low light conditions.

The camera is triggered automatically by the autopilot through an infra red sensor. This means that there is no modification to the camera ensuring that replacements are at regular prices rather than highly inflated OEM prices.

Sensor Details

Focus Points: 179
True Resolution: 24.3Mp
Pixel Size: 15.1 µm²
ISO: 1347 ISO
Image Quality: 82
Dynamic Range: 13.1 EV
Colour Depth:24.1 bits
Resolution (GSD):1.5cm – 4.5cm

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