Introducing Titanium, the latest in advanced high-quantum-efficiency infrared imaging from Electrophysics. Titanium is a family of highly rugged, field-ready infrared cameras designed for a wide range of applications including tracking, target signature analysis, noncontact temperature measurement, nondestructive testing and many others. Available models included InSb- (indium antimonide) and MCT (mercury cadmium telluride) -based mid wave in both 320 x 256 and 640 x 512 resolution and MCT- and QWIP (quantum-well infrared photodetector) -based long-wave spectral response detectors. Titanium features pixels as small as 15 µm that deliver longer detection range performance with standard optics, variable frame-rate imaging and best-in-class image uniformity. New proprietary breakthrough calibration techniques called Hypercal and CNUC enable camera operators to select integration times and automatically create both NUC (non-uniformity calibration) and radiometric calibrations. Titanium features two real-time digital interfaces, USB 2.0 for standard video rate operation and Camera Link for high-speed data acquisition. Visit our exhibit to see a demonstration.