Camera-based Web Videos for Print Viewing

Web videos, alternatively known as print viewing systems, employ advanced high-resolution cameras and cutting-edge image grabbing and viewing software to enable real-time display on a computer monitor. Operators can utilise these systems for visually identifying defects and errors that may go unnoticed by the naked eye due to the high operating speeds involved. This, in turn, aids in waste reduction and enhances print quality.

Additionally, these systems offer add-on options such as full repeat, optical zoom, and dual side viewing options for enhanced functionality.


What is the viewing area of camera?
The viewing area of ViewAXIS Mega is 128 mm (w) × 80 mm (h). The viewing area of our advanced web viewing system ViewAXIS Giga is 185 mm (w) x 140 mm (h) @ 1 x optical zoom at 266 DPI resolution and 13 mm x 10 mm @14 x optical zoom at 3783 DPI resolution.
What is the camera resolution and Zooming capacity?
The resolution of ViewAXIS Mega is 1900 x 1200 pixels and the zooming capacity is 4x; In case of ViewAXIS Giga is 1936 x 1464 pixels and the zooming capacity is 16x.
What is the size of display screen?
The ViewAXIS Mega comes with 22" full HD, LED backlit, touch screen, while the ViewAXIS Giga system comes with 32” full HD, full HD, LED backlit, touch screen. The optional dual monitor is also available.
Does our system is good at both extreme low & high speed?
Our system gives steady image at low speed 20 mpm to 350 mpm. For some applications, it can be used up to 1000 mpm.
Does your system give quality steady image for reflective film?
Yes, both ViewAXIS Mega and ViewAXIS Giga can provide steady image for reflective films.
Can we recall saved memory position during auto scan in your system?
We can recall 4 memory positions for easy and quick access in manual mode but not in auto scan mode.
Does your display window show full repeat image?
ViewAXIS Giga display allow to show the full repeat image, however, ViewAXIS Mega doesn’t have such capability.
What is X-ray vision?
X-ray vision is a method by way of which a viewer can see underneath the colours visible on the surface to the naked eye.
What is the difference between optical and digital zoom?
Optical zoom brings objects closer during capture, maintaining image quality by physically adjusting the lens. In contrast, digital zoom enlarges a portion of the image after capture, leading to a higher risk of quality loss, akin to pixelation when magnifying a small image.

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