AOS Technologies have released two new HD models of high speed cameras, the S-MIZE HD and Q-MIZE HD, both of which feature CMOS image sensors and GigE interface. The S-MIZE HD camera captures video at 1,000 fps at 1920 x 1080 and can achieve 5,000 fps at 853 x 480. The Q-MIZE HD achieves a frame rate of 2,000 fps at 1920 x 1080 and can achieve 10,000 fps at 853 x 480. Both cameras feature a rechargeable battery for mobility, up to 10.4 GB of onboard memory, an optional flash card extension slot for another 64 GB of extra storage, and a proprietary algorithm that outputs recordings at a format of 1920 x 1080, the FullHD standard. Likewise, recordings can be rapidly downloaded via Gigabit Ethernet connection. In addition, the cameras can tolerate sustained G-forces of over 100 G and spikes up to 200 G, making them suitable for use in crash testing, defense applications, and research and development applications.
To Learn More:
Contact: AOS Technologies
Headquarters: Baden Daettwil, Switzerland
Product: S-MIZE HD and Q-MIZE HD cameras
Key Features: CMOS image sensor, GigE interface, up to 10,000 fps (Q-MIZE HD), up to 5,000 fps (S-MIZE HD), ruggedized/shockproof housing.
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