1 February 1990 The New Light Weight, High Performance Reconnaissance Camera KRb 8/24 F
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As sensor payload for the CL-289 drone system, Carl Zeiss developed a new compact reconnaissance camera system. The high performance camera with 143 degree wide angle ground coverage, is a pulse operated sequential frame camera. It features true-angle foreward motion com pensation across the entire format and direct stereoscopic viewing. Small size and low weight permits easy installation in remotely piloted vehicles, pods and aircraft.
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Bernd Uhl, Bernd Uhl, } "The New Light Weight, High Performance Reconnaissance Camera KRb 8/24 F", Proc. SPIE 1156, Airborne Reconnaissance XIII, (1 February 1990); doi: 10.1117/12.962470; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.962470


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