You may not know this and you most likely will never use this camera, but FYI Teledyne DALSA have a 16K scan camera called the Linea Mono 16k 48 kHz CL.
It’s very entering to see how camera resolution is being utilised.
The new Linea family of line scan cameras provides the uncompromising performance and rich feature-set found in Teledyne DALSA’s high-end line scan cameras at an unprecedented price point.
Based on the most advanced CMOS line scan technology Linea employs a single line 3.5 µm x 3.5 µm pixel array at a 48 kHz line rate. With excellent sensitivity and speed, Linea surpasses the requirements of demanding applications—such as materials grading and inspection, transportation safety, and general purpose machine vision.
Linea is a compact, light weight and robust camera with many attractive features, including full-fledged flat-field correction, multiple ROI, multiple user configuration sets, and calibration coefficients for various lighting conditions. GenICam™ compliant Linea is easy to set up and integrate using a GUI, such as Teledyne DALSA’s Sapera™ camera configuration utility Camexpert, or an ASCII interface using three letter commands.
Teledyne DALSA’s high sensitivity CMOS technology
High speed 48 kHz maximum line rate
High responsivity in visible with enhanced NIR responsivity
Up to four Areas of Interest, for data reduction
Multiple Regions of Interest for independent Flat Field Calibration
Eight user coefficient sets and FFC calibration sets
Supports Camera Link cables up to 10 meters
GeniCam and ASCII compliant interfacing
M72 x 0.75 mount hole for lens adapters
For more: Teledyne DALSA.