Jul. 11, 2012
Whitepaper

See It As You’ve Never Seen Them Before

Customized sensing technology helps bring digital images alive

  • Canary Wharf business district in London, as imaged by David Osborn with a Seitz 6x17 camera. Courtesy of www.britishpanoramics.comCanary Wharf business district in London, as imaged by David Osborn with a Seitz 6x17 camera. Courtesy of www.britishpanoramics.com

It's your first visit to the Grand Canyon, the Taj Mahal or some equally breathtaking location. You take numerous photographs of the place in an attempt to re-capture the awe you felt the first time you saw it. And then your pictures come back dull and flat. Imagine a photograph that actually captures a place as
you experienced it. This was the driving force behind the first camera developed more than 50 years ago by Seitz, a Swiss-based, family-run business that designs and manufactures high-precision cameras for professional photographers and serious amateurs. Several years ago, the company sought to bring its filmbased range of panoramic cameras into the digital age. Working closely with two divisions of Teledyne Dalsa, an international leader in high-performance digital imaging, and with partner company Computechnic AG in Switzerland, Seitz has developed a digital scan back and two panoramic cameras that successfully capture the essence of the place in the pictures.

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Contact

Teledyne Dalsa
605 McMurray Road
N2V 2E9 Waterloo, ON
Canada
Phone: +1 519 886 6000
Telefax: +1 519 886 8023

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