A SWIR Camera is a camera that is operating in the short wave infrared portion of the electro-magnetic spectrum. SWIR cameras typically image between 900 and 1700 nanometers. Some SWIR cameras are capable of imaging between 700-1700 or from 900nm to 2 micron. For the highest possible image performance (QE), SWIR cameras are normally equipped with an InGaAs sensor. Therefore the term 'SWIR Cameras' and 'InGaAs cameras' is often meant to mean the same thing. There are other options of imaging in the SWIR range that Rice can assist you with. For more information on specific SWIR camera models, please visit the Product tab on our website and choose either the military or machine vision camera page (as appropriate to you).