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Electronic Imaging & Signal Processing

High-speed camera

Photron, Inc.

Photron, Inc. introduces the small, lightweight FASTCAM Mini UX100 high speed camera. The new, one-piece high speed imager provides 1,280 x 1,024 pixel resolution to 4,000 frames per second (fps), 720 high-definition (HD) resolution (1,280 x 720 pixels) to 6,400 fps, and reduced resolution operation up to 800,000 frames per second. The global electronic shutter operates down to 1 microsecond to provide blur free, B&W imagery with 12-bit pixel depth (36-bits for the color version). Light sensitivity is ISO 12232 Ssat certified at 8,000 ISO 12-bit monochrome; 4,000 ISO for the 36-bit color version.

Photron's new camera offers powerful high speed imaging performance in a compact 120 mm x 120 mm x 90 mm package, weighing only 1.5 Kg. Available with three onboard memory options up to 16 gigabytes, the compact camera is ideal for a wide variety of applications, including sports, broadcasting, life sciences, biomechanics, off-board automotive imaging, fluidics, and ballistics testing.

The FASTCAM Mini UX1000 CMOS sensor features 10-micron square pixels. For added functionality, the camera includes a Gigabit Ethernet interface, up to 64 available memory partitions, F-mount (G-type lens compatible) and C-mount lens mounts, and a trigger mode that offers start, center, end, manual, and random control.

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