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High Speed Cameras Aid In Spacecraft And Astronaut Safety For NASA
High Speed Cameras Aid In Spacecraft And Astronaut Safety For NASA At a lab in New Mexico, A team is assessing this dangerous “space trash” with the use of ultra-high-speed imaging cameras. They fire fake “space trash” no bigger than a pea at things like oxygen tanks and steel cables. Let’s just say it never ends well (everything gets ripped in half), and the scientists can’t even see the projectiles to track them. That’s where Vision Research Phantom cameras, such as...  Continue Reading...
Advances In CMOS Image Sensors And Associated Processing: Part 1
Advances In CMOS Image Sensors And Associated Processing: Part 1 New Canon technology has exploited a large 35 mm Full Frame CMOS image sensor with spatial sampling of 1920 (H) x 1080 (V) to acquire a distinctively large photosite of 19 um x 19 um, which enabled development of an HD camera with unprecedented sensitivity.   Continue Reading...
Stellarator Monitored By Cygnets
Stellarator Monitored By Cygnets The IPP requires specific cameras to monitor plasma that can be found within the Wendelstein 7-X stellarator. These cameras need to be able to fit into the tight spaces around the device as well as operate reliably when close to the large magnetic field in the necessary confinement. This application note introduces the Raptor Photonics Cygnet cameras that were able to meet these requirements with full testing up to 1.8 Tesla.  Continue Reading...
Non-Destructive Testing Of Mid-IR Optical Fiber Using Infrared Imaging
Non-Destructive Testing Of Mid-IR Optical Fiber Using Infrared Imaging Some materials used in the manufacture of optical fiber lasers cannot have any defects if the laser system is to be efficient. This app note shows how infrared imaging can be used to carry out NDT of optical fiber integrity. The methodology allows the screening of tens of meters in just a few seconds.  Continue Reading...
Trends In Fiber Optic Connector Cleaning
Trends In Fiber Optic Connector Cleaning This paper offers insight into cleaning and maintaining fiber optic connectors to ensure optimal performance, and also discusses new approaches to simplify field-cleaning and inspection in rugged fiber optic connectors.  Continue Reading...
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HIGH DEFINITION (HD) CAMERAS PRODUCTS

World’s First True HD Thermal Camera: Viento HD Lab World’s First True HD Thermal Camera: Viento HD Lab

Sierra-Olympic is proud to present the new Viento HD Lab camera, the first longwave infrared (LWIR) camera designed with true high-definition imaging at 1900 x 1200 pixel resolution. This fully functional camera system is based on a unique 1920 x 1200 x 12 µm uncooled sensor, making the imager ideal for users who require the maximum number of pixels available in a thermal, commercially-supported imaging system.

HD Format Digital SWIR InGaAs Camera: OWL 1280 HD Format Digital SWIR InGaAs Camera: OWL 1280

The OWL 1280 from Raptor Photonics is a digital short-wave infrared (SWIR) InGaAs camera in HD format, ideal for surveillance and scientific imaging applications including range finding, vision enhancement, astronomy, and hyperspectral imaging. The camera utilizes a 1280 x 1280 sensor for SCD that offers visible extension from 0.4 µm to 1.7 µm, and 10 µm x 10 µm pixel pitch for the highest resolution imaging.

High Definition (HD) CMOS Camera for Microscopy and Industrial Imaging: HD-210U High Definition (HD) CMOS Camera for Microscopy and Industrial Imaging: HD-210U

This single chip high definition CMOS  camera features 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution, the highest frame rate for real-time live viewing (60 fps), perfect color reproduction, full screen video (16:9) with smooth motion, and much more. This camera has been programmed for simple, one-push operation and has been designed to view highly detailed images in a real-time live mode.

High Speed Digital Camera Phantom® v411 High Speed Digital Camera Phantom® v411

The v411 digital high speed camera is the latest addition to Vision Research’s Phantom® 1 Megapixel (Mpx)-v-Series. At full resolution, this camera has a top speed of 4200 fps. Its larger, 20 micron pixel size allows for shooting in low light conditions, which is often an issue in high speed imaging applications. The v411 has a 1 microsecond minimum exposure time, eliminating blur and allowing the viewer to see the smallest of details. This high speed camera also features a high definition, widescreen 1280x800 CMOS sensor. The v411 can be used in applications involving product development, ballistics, scientific research, explosives testing, and more.

High Speed MWIR Megapixel Science-Grade Infrared Cameras: FLIR SC8000 HD Series High Speed MWIR Megapixel Science-Grade Infrared Cameras: FLIR SC8000 HD Series

FLIR's SC8000 HD Series is the most cost-effective, high-definition infrared camera on the market. It has a highly sensitive cooled InSb detector and delivers true high-definition MWIR imagery, superb resolution, and lightning-fast frame and data rates.

High Definition Cameras for Microscopy High Definition Cameras for Microscopy
Toshiba Imaging Systems has partnered with Dage-MTI to develop two new high definition cameras ideal for microscopy applications. Dage-MTI's RealView HD Microscope Cameras combine Toshiba Imaging's proprietary imaging technology with specially-formatted, preset values for use in critical microscopy applications.
Real Time, HD Video Camera with USB: Toshiba IK-HR2D Real Time, HD Video Camera with USB: Toshiba IK-HR2D

Toshiba’s extremely versatile, ultra-compact  IK-HR2D high definition video camera is a true progressive scan camera delivering up to 60 frames per second. A USB connector allows the user to send video or stills directly to a computer without a frame grabber. The IK-HR2D camera is perfect for microscopy, scientific imaging and diagnostics, aviation, and industrial applications.

Ultra-Small HD CMOS Remote Head Camera: IK-HR1H Ultra-Small HD CMOS Remote Head Camera: IK-HR1H
Toshiba’s incredible IK-HR1H CMOS-based Color Camera System gives you power-packed HD performance in an ultra-small, lightweight package. It can be configured with either of two camera control units (CCUs), the IK-HR1CD and the IK-HR1CS for maximum flexibility. Two output versions of the IK-HR1H are also available; the IK-HR1CD CCU offers a DVI-I with 720p/1080i/1080p and the IK-HR1CS CCU features an HD-SDI with 720p/1080i video signal outputs. Toshiba’s 1/3-in. CMOS sensor is ideal for imaging applications where space is critical and the remote head can be linked to the CCU via a standard, power over camera link (PoCL) cable.

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HIGH DEFINITION (HD) CAMERA VIDEOS

  • Achieving HD, Full Color Video In Low Light
    Achieving HD, Full Color Video In Low Light

    On the last day of SPIE’s 2016 DCS exhibition in Baltimore, Kevin Fogarty with Canon showed us a 19 micron pixel pitch sensor that can achieve a full color and high definition image in extremely low light environments.

  • 3 Considerations Before Purchasing A SWIR Imager
    3 Considerations Before Purchasing A SWIR Imager

    At SPIE’s DCS 2016 exhibition, Sensors Unlimited — UTC Aerospace Systems, Brendan Murphy, spent some time with Photonics Online to school us up on the three primary things one should consider before purchasing a SWIR imager — resolution, global availability, and cost.

  • Car Safety Testing Using the pco.dimax cs Camera
    Car Safety Testing Using the pco.dimax cs Camera

    The pco.dimax cs camera with its true 12-bit performance is ideal for providing crisp, brilliant color images for all car safety testing applications involving onboard, offboard, and sled testing. This high speed video presents car safety testing situations recorded with the pco.dimax cs camera.

  • Ladybug Takes Off In Slow Motion
    Ladybug Takes Off In Slow Motion

    This particular sequence was recorded with at pco.dimax HD CMOS camera at 3,000 frames-per-second and 1296 x 720 pixel resolution. Once the ladybug unfolds its wings, the display speed is reduced to 25 fps.

  • Fishing Kingfisher in Slow Motion II
    Fishing Kingfisher in Slow Motion II

    The pco.dimax HD is a high-speed, 12-bit CMOS camera ideal for a variety of slow-motion capture applications. In this video example, Rainer Bergomaz from Blue Paw Artists used one of these cameras with 1920 x 1440 pixel resolution @ 1060 frames/s to capture sequences of young kingfishers trying (successfully, in some instances) to catch fish.

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