High-speed CMOS camera from Photron to be showcased at Photonics West
Photron will showcase its FASTCAM Mini UX100 camera, which features a CMOS image sensor, at SPIE Photonics West in San Francisco.
Photron will showcase its FASTCAM Mini UX100 camera, which features a CMOS image sensor, at SPIE Photonics West in San Francisco. The camera’s 1.3 MPixel CMOS image sensor achieves a frame rate of 4,000 fps at full resolution and a maximum frame rate of 800,000 at a reduced resolution of 640 x 8. In addition, the camera features 10 µm pixel size, a GigE interface, and a global electronic shutter that can operate down to 1 µs to provide blur-free, black and white imagery with 12-bit pixel depth (36-bit for color version). FASTCAM Mini UX100 cameras are suitable for use in life sciences, off board automotive testing, or ballistic testing. SPIE Photonics West takes place February 7-12 in San Francisco.
SPIE Photonics West booth number: 1136
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Headquarters: San Diego, CA, USA
Product: FASTCAM Mini UX100 camera
Key Features: 1.3 MPixel CMOS image sensor with 10 µm pixel size, 4,000 fps at full resolution, up to 800,000 fps at reduced resolution, GigE interface.
What Photron says:
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