Beechcraft Super King Air 200
A Beechcraft King Air B 200 registered F-GJBS: BE200 KingAir twin turboprop, pressurized, 260 Kts (480 Km / h)
autonomy up to 6 hours, Ceiling 33,000 Ft, double camera hatch.
The modified camera hatch was built for the first time in France by a French company: Eisa. This double hatch can simultaneously operate two types of picture or record.
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Intergraph®’s Z/I Imaging® Digital Mapping Camera (DMC®) is the industry’s most innovative and precise turnkey digital camera system. The DMC supports aerial photogrammetric missions for the broadest range of mapping, geographic
information systems (GIS), and remote sensing applications.
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Z/I DMCII 250
Z/I DMC II 250
One single panchromatic cone based on one large CCD
The DMC II 250's innovative design concept includes a monolithic customized 17.2k x 14.6k panchromatic CCD that no longer requires image stitching and thus offer highest geometric accuracy and highest image quality of any large format frame camera available.
The DMC II 250 camera design is an evolution of the proven DMC camera technology and also includes a new customized lens design by Carl Zeiss, Germany, to produce an unmatched level of high-image quality.
By eliminating potential sources of errors for geometric accuracy and radiometric quality, this new approach delivers images that exceed your requirements for all mapping and many remote sensing tasks.
•Nadir-looking view and a single-lens projection center
•Post-processing does not require CCD stitching or image mosaicking
•Monolithic panchromatic 250 MP CCD (17216 across x 14656 inflight pixel) with 5.6 micron pixel size and 112 mm focal length
•four multispectral cameras for red, green, blue, (RGB) and near-infrared (NIR) with 42 MPixel CCD
(6096 across x 6846 inflight pixel) with 7.2 micron pixel size and a dedicated color filter
•Each camera head uses a unique piezo-driven customized air-borne shutter with self-caibration and maximum synchronization
•2,3 second frame rate to maintain high-air speed for high-forward overlap and high resolution
(at 80 percent forward overlap and 6 centimeter [cm] ground sample distance [GSD], maximum air speed is 198 knots)
•PAN/color ratio of 1:3.2
•base-to-height ratio of 0.28
•Image data post-processing for DMC II 250 is based on the DMC post-processing software, which eliminates any training effort for existing DMC customers
•Final image format after post-processing is 16768 across x 14016 inflight pixel
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