Camera recording system from NorPix targets biomechanical applications
NorPix has introduced a portable four-camera high-speed recording system designed specifically for biomechanical applications.
NorPix has introduced a portable four-camera high-speedrecording system designed specifically for biomechanical applications. The StreamPix-based recording system can record from four synchronized cameras at speeds of up to 330 fps and a resolution of 2048 x 1088 in 8 bit format. The system features synchronized acquisition with GPS or IRIG B data, DAQ analog data capture, and 10 GigE Vision for long cable lengths. StreamPix software supports more than 200 different types of cameras and features support for GigE, USB3, Camera Link, and CoaXPress. The new recording station is suitable for use in such applications as motion capture, sports biomechanics, animal science, and kinematics.
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Headquarters: Montreal, QC, Canada
Product:StreamPix-based recording software for biomechanics
Key Features: Records from four synchronized cameras at speeds of up to 330 fps and a resolution of 2048 x 1088 in 8 bit format.
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