High Speed Cameras Products

  1. High-Speed Polarization Cameras: CRYSTA Systems
    7/13/2017

    Recent developments in robotics, clear film production, and new materials testing technologies have raised the demand for using polarization in structural dynamics and high-speed object detection. Since conventional high-speed cameras lack any polarization sensitivity, Photron has developed the new CRYSTA high-speed camera system with polarization sensitivity.

  2. High-Resolution, Compact InGaAs SWIR Camera: Bobcat-640
    12/19/2012

    The Bobcat-640 is a high-resolution, compact, InGaAs SWIR camera ideal for waste sorting, semiconductor inspection, failure analysis, food inspection, and other specialized quality inspection and high temperature process control applications.

  3. 4.2 MP Cooled Scientific CMOS Camera: Osprey
    11/22/2011

    The OSPREY Scientific CMOS camera, from Raptor Photonics Ltd, is an affordable, high performance cooled 4.2 megapixel Scientific CMOS camera. The OSPREY camera offers outstanding performance for low light applications, such as high resolution fluorescence imaging, Life Cell Imaging, Bio Chemi-luminescence, astronomy, electrophoresis, X-ray and hyperspectral imaging.

  4. Oryx 10GigE Camera Family
    12/10/2018

    The Oryx 10GigE camera family of machine vision cameras offers the advantages of the latest sensors by supporting transfer speeds up to 10 Gbit/s, enabling the capture of 12-bit images at over 60 FPS at 4K resolution. The Oryx 10BASE-T interface provides reliable image transfer at cable lengths over 50 meters on inexpensive CAT6A. or greater than 30 m on CAT5e.

  5. USB 3.0 High Speed CMOS Cameras
    1/15/2013

    USB 3.0 Cameras are available in industrial and scientific models and feature frame rates up to 170 fps, a blur-free global shutter CMOS sensor, built-in image processing and frame memory, low noise and high sensitivity, a compact design, and more. This series provides 2 and 4 megapixel color, mono, and NIR solutions.

  6. 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.

  7. Handheld Thermal HD Camera: T1K Series
    11/9/2018

    FLIR offers the new T1K series of portable, high-speed, high definition infrared cameras for applications requiring the highest resolution and sensitivity possible in a flexible, battery-powered handheld package. The FLIR T1010 and T1020 stream lossless radiometric imagery at 30 Hz, or up to 240 Hz with windowing through the optional High Speed Interface (HSI).

  8. High Speed Low Light Imaging CCD Camera: SPOT Pursuit USB
    3/20/2014

    These high speed, low light imaging CCD cameras come in monochrome, color mosaic, and slider configurations. Each model features high sensitivity and fast frame rates, which helps greatly in preserving live cells and fading specimens for imaging and fluorescence applications.

  9. The World’s Fastest 640 x 512 Resolution IR Camera: FLIR X6900sc
    1/12/2016

    FLIR’s X6900sc series cameras are the world’s fastest full frame MWIR and LWIR 640 x 512 resolution thermal cameras for use in high-speed R&D and science applications. The infrared cameras are designed to produce thermal data at up to 1,004 frames per second at full resolution, and can be sub-windowed for even faster rates.   With multiple simultaneous digital data outputs over GigE, CameraLink and CoaxPress in addition to the ability of burst recording to on-camera RAM for up to 26 seconds,  there is never a worry of missing critical frames of data.

  10. High Speed Laser Scribing Line Scan Camera: VC4002L
    7/30/2012

    The VC2002L High Speed CMOS Line Scan Smart Camera can be used to control the laser scribing on thin-film solar cells. Thin silicon film coats a solar cell’s glass before being structured by a laser. The laser scribes conducting paths that run parallel and as close to each other as possible without touching. The camera acts as a monitoring system and checks P1, P2, and P3 scribes and with precision of 1 μm, controls the laser scribing. The sensor scans the laser line position at a 5 ms rate (thus providing 200 measurements per second.)