High Speed Cameras Products

  1. High Speed, Scientific CMOS Camera: Rolera Bolt
    1/4/2012
    The Rolera Bolt, QImaging's new Scientific CMOS camera, was designed for demanding high-speed, low-light imaging. As a cost-effective solution, it was designed to meet the imaging requirements for a diverse set of applications ranging from live cell fluorescence to whole organism motility studies. Capable of streaming at 30 full frames per second with 1.3 mega-pixel resolution and 3e- read noise, the Rolera Bolt is perfect for tracking high-speed dynamic events with detailed spatial and temporal resolution.
  2. FALCON 1 Mega Pixel Scientific EMCCD Camera
    4/4/2012

    The FALCON EMCCD camera, model FA285-CL, features a 1kx1k EMCCD sensor that stands out with its extreme sensitivity, high resolution, high speed and excellent Quantum Efficiency. The camera is peltier cooled, uses a 16 bit A/D converter and offers a standard CameraLink output. The Falcon camera offers outstanding performance for low light applications, such as fluorescence imaging, astronomy, electrophoresis, X-ray and hyperspectral imaging.

  3. 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.

  4. 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.

  5. 92 KHz SWIR Digital Line Scan Camera For High Speed SD-OCT Imaging: LDH2
    5/3/2010

    Sensors Unlimited - UTC Aerospace Systems LDH2 high speed camera features an increased line rate to over 91,900 lines per second, making it ideal for spectral-domain optical coherence tomography (SD-OCT) imaging applications.

  6. 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.

  7. Highest Throughput Streaming Camera For Machine Vision Applications: Phantom® S990
    4/30/2018

    The Phantom® S990 is Vision Research’s highest throughput streaming camera available on the market designed specifically for machine vision applications. This imager combines Phantom premium sensor image quality, outstanding high speed technology, and record breaking direct data transfer speed to provide 9 Mpx at up to 938 fps and almost 9 Gpx/sec. The camera streams directly into PCI Express frame grabbers with up to 16 standard CXP6 channels, and is Gen-i-Cam compliant.

  8. 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.

  9. Cameras For High Speed Imaging
    11/30/2011

    Spectral Instruments has developed a new camera line utilizing CCDs with multiple read ports per CCD for high speed imaging without compromising on the typical specifications that falter when moving to high speed. Utilizing multiple ports (up to 16 per device) cuts down on the number of pixels each port must read, and thus increases read speeds by up to 16x without compromising read noise. Other than the multiple ports, CCD design is essentially unchanged and high pixel full well is retained to give maximum dynamic range when compared to all other modes of high speed imaging.

  10. Phantom® VEO Product Family
    7/20/2016

    The new Phantom® VEO family of cameras from Vision Research is made up of four high speed cameras designed to provide information on high speed events within scientific and industrial applications. The VEO710 and VEO410 models feature frame rates exceeding 7,000 fps, making these models ideal for traditional high-speed motion analysis. The four-megapixel VEO640 and VEO340 are optimized for scientific imaging applications where higher resolutions are important. All models are now available with 10 Gb Ethernet connectivity.