High Speed Cameras Products

  1. High Speed, All-in-One CCD Smart Camera: VisiCube
    7/9/2012

    The VisiCube High Speed Smart CCD Camera features a ¼” CCD sensor, a 32 fps frame rate, and a 640 x 480 pixel resolution. Like all Vision Components Smart Cameras, the VisiCube is ideal for industrial applications and is resistant to shock and vibration.

  2. Phantom® Miro® Digital High-Speed Camera Series
    10/27/2016

    The Phantom® Miro® series cameras are small, light-weight, flexible digital high-speed cameras designed for the most extreme and demanding environments. These modular cameras can create multi-camera configurations when connected to a Miro Junction Box, and included Phantom Camera Control software easily captures an event and adjusts cine characteristics for the best picture possible. Ideal applications include industrial trouble-shooting, mechanical analysis, motion analysis, and any other application requiring high-quality, high-speed imaging analysis.

  3. FASTCAM Mini WX50 And FASTCAM Mini WX100
    7/20/2017

    The FASTCAM Mini WX100 high-speed camera delivers exceptional high resolution imaging performance by providing 2048 x 2048 pixel resolution at 1,080fps (Mini WX50 750fps), 1920 x 1080 pixel full HD resolution at 2,000fps (Mini WX50 1,500fps) and frame rates up to 80,000fps (Mini WX50 67,500fps) at reduced image resolution. The system’s flexible Region of Interest (ROI) capability allows the user to choose an image aspect ratio appropriate for the subject being recorded.

  4. CCD Cameras
    2/9/2010

     

    CCD Cameras, or Charged Coupled Device Cameras, provide high quality image data for scientific, medical, and academic research. They are equpped with a CCD Image sensor which converts light to voltage which is then distributed to each single pixel at a time.

     

  5. FASTCAM SA-Z
    12/4/2013

    The Photron FASTCAM SA-Z offers scientists, researchers and engineers the ability to capture high resolution digital images at ultra-high speeds to see and understand previously invisible processes and events. Using Photron’s proprietary CMOS image sensor technology, the FASTCAM SA-Z combines high recording rates with outstanding light sensitivity and excellent image quality to provide the most versatile ultra-high speed digital camera available today.

  6. 4.2 Megapixel Scientific CMOS Camera: Photometrics Prime
    11/1/2016

    The Photometrics Prime is the first intelligent scientific CMOS (sCMOS) camera to incorporate a FPGA-based Embedded Signal Processing™ engine (ESP) that enables a number of real-time processing features. Utilizing sCMOS sensor technology, Prime is and an extremely versatile imaging solution for life science imaging applications such as microscopy and high-speed ratiometric imaging.

  7. High Speed MWIR/LWIR Cameras: FLIR SC6000 Series
    6/19/2012

    FLIR’s SC6000 Series High Speed LWIR/MWIR Scientific Cameras combine high speed and high resolution with ease of use and flexibility for just about any scientific or research application. The MWIR SC6700 and SC6800 can capture highly sensitive infrared imagery at 565 frames per second at full 640 x 512 frame resolution. Offering more than just high speed imagery, FLIR’s cameras also offer on board calibration providing thermal and radiometric high speed data for quantitative analysis. This makes the FLIR SC6000 series the fastest radiometric infrared cameras available today, and perfect solutions for analysis of extreme dynamic thermal events.

  8. Infrared Cameras for Science & Research: SC7000 Series
    2/16/2012

    FLIR's entry level device into cooled Infrared camera technology, the FLIR SC7000 Series, is specifically designed for academic and industrial research and science applications as well as integrators who require a flexible camera with high sensitivity, accuracy, spatial resolution, and speed at an affordable cost.

  9. HiCAM - Gated Intensified High-Speed Camera
    6/27/2011
    Lambert Instruments’ HiCAM series cameras offer the unique combination of high-speed and sensitivity down to single photon level. These properties are achieved by using a dual stage image intensifier that is fiber-optically coupled to the CMOS sensor. Spectral sensitivity can be selected for the specific application. Use of digital cameras in combination with intensifiers and boosters allow us to create images of high-speed events, even when light is failing.
  10. Phantom® Miro® LAB-, LC-, and R-Series Cameras
    10/10/2017

    The Phantom® Miro® camera series offers a wide variety of models with a range of performance levels in three different available body styles. Available in 1, 2, and 4 megapixel versions, these cameras are the ideal choice for qualitative and quantitative analysis and allow for users to choose the resolution, performance level, and body style that fits each application.