1. High Speed Camera: Mini UX100 Datasheet

    Photron’s Mini UX100 is a high speed camera ideal for life sciences, fluidics, off-board automotive testing, welding, broadcasting, and ballistics testing applications.

  2. Compact High-Speed Camera: FASTCAM Mini UX50: Datasheet

    Photron’s FASTCAM Mini UX50 is a compact and high-speed camera with a 1.3 megapixel (1,280 x 1,024 pixels) high-speed sensor operating at 2,000 frames per second (fps) at full resolution, 2,500 fps at 720 HD resolution, and up to 160,000 fps at reduced resolution.

  3. High-Definition 4-Megapixel Camera – FASTCAM Mini WX 100 Datasheet

    The FASTCAM Mini WX 100 is a new lightweight, single-body video camera has a 12-bit sensor that provides excellent image quality and color fidelity. It is specially designed for operations in high shock and vibration environments such as High-G automotive safety testing and high-speed military testing.

  4. High-Speed Rugged Camera: FASTCAM Mini WX50 Datasheet

    Photron’s FASTCAM Mini WX50 camera comes with a 1.3 megapixel image resolution at frame rates up to 2,000 fps, can have frame rates up to 160,000 fps at reduced image resolution, and is ISO 6,400 monochrome, and 1SO 5,000 color. It is suited for a wide range of scientific and industrial applications within high shock and vibration environments, including high-G automotive safety applications.

  5. High Speed Camera With Outstanding Light Sensitivity: FASTCAM Mini AX200 Datasheet

    The new FASTCAM Mini AX200 is a high speed, highly light sensitive camera designed with a lightweight and rugged housing, making it ideal for operation in high shock and vibration environments such as in automotive crash test facilities and on military test ranges. Other target applications for the AX200 include biomechanics, life sciences, fluid dynamics/PIV, material sciences, and defense and aerospace research.

  6. Compact High-Speed Cameras: FASTCAM Mini AX100/AX50 Datasheet

    The FASTCAM Mini AX100 and Mini AX50 cameras provide 1,024 x 1,024 pixel resolution at up to 4,000 frames per second (fps) and reduced resolutions to 540,000 fps. They are essentially the same camera save for their difference in speed. The Mini AX100, the faster of the two, provides 4,000 fps at full resolution, and the lower priced AX50 provides 2,000 fps at full resolution.

  7. Twice The Memory At 32 GB: FASTCAM Mini AX, UX, And WX High Speed Cameras

    Photron’s FASTCAM Mini AX, UX, And WX high speed cameras are now available with 32 GB memory, at least twice the amount from the 4 GB, 8 GB, and 16 GB options that are also available. With the new memory option, FASTCAM Mini cameras are ideally suited for demanding high-frame-rate imaging applications including onboard/off-board automotive safety testing, biomechanics, material sciences, military/aerospace research, fluid dynamics, and critical laboratory research.

  8. Continuous Zoom Thermal Cameras: Vinden 105 EX & Vinden 150 EX Datasheet

    The Vinden 105 EX and Vinden 150 EX are designed with a 35-105mm or 50-150mm lens, and a 12x zoom factor for a 640 x 480 resolution, or a 6x zoom factor for a 320 x 240 resolution. They also feature offer IP-video output with H.264 and MJPEG streams and Ethernet control. These cameras provide integration flexibility, and are ideal tools for security/surveillance integrators, or any other thermal video user requiring continuous zoom thermal imaging capabilities.

  9. Utilizing A New Autofocus Technique For Laser Systems With Optimet's Non-Contact Distance Sensors

    Many of today’s conventional marking, welding, drilling, and cutting laser systems have the challenge of focusing the laser accurately on the object’s surface. As the demand for faster and more precise manufacturing processes increase, the need to control the focal point of a laser becomes much more critical. This application note discusses a new laser measurement method that integrates Optimet sensors into laser systems, offering the benefits of autofocus capabilities while upgrading a number of system performances.

  10. High-Speed Cameras Make Sound Visible And Improve Noise Absorbers

    It is extremely important for the airline industry and its research groups to support and develop noise reduction strategies not only to limit hearing impairment, but also to reduce various diseases like high blood pressure or stomach ulcers. One approach for inhibiting the noise of aircraft engines includes the application of bias flow liners. In order to better understand this approach, sound waves need to be made visible.