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Modern PCI-bus computers provide sufficiently high data transfer Copyright 2000 A. 3 The Frame Grabber 45 255 254 253 A/D ) ) 94 94 2 1 0 .. 70 .. 37: Configuration possibilities of the frame buffer: images with different a) sizes b) and depths Copyright 2000 A. Erhardt-Ferron 46 1 The Image Processing System rates to reach an acceptable processing speed. If the PC itself is equipped with sufficient storage space, it’s even possible to do without the frame buffer. Indeed, in time-critical tasks, all processing steps, including the storage of the image, take place in the image processing board.

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The relevant laws for thin lenses were compiled by Descartes and combined in his famous lens equations (fig. 25): Copyright 2000 A. 5) with B : height of the image G: height of the object m: aspect ratio This indicates that focusing means simply changing the distance between the lens and the CCD chip. Obviously, however, this will eventually encounter geometric limits. Normally, a lens system allows the focusing from an infinitely distant point up to the so-called minimum object distance (MOD).

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