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FastCam SA-Z Camera System

Photonics.com
Dec 2013
Photron USA Inc.Request Info
 
SAN DIEGO, Dec. 9, 2013 — Photron Inc’s ultrahigh-speed imaging system, the FastCam SA-Z, features 21,000 fps at megapixel resolution and more than 2 million fps at reduced resolution, making it possible to view previously unseen phenomena, events and high-speed processes.

The CMOS sensor’s enhanced global electronic shutter operates from 1 ms (standard) down to 159 ns and can freeze the fastest motion without blur.

The camera delivers 12-bit pixel depth (analog-to-digital converters). Its 20-μm-square pixel format enables camera rotation without sacrificing image resolution. The included PFV (Photron FastCam Viewer) camera control/replay/editing software can rotate the image back in real time.

Offering 8-, 16-, 32- and 64-GB onboard memory options, the system is suitable for applications including ballistics, plasma and arc studies, materials science, fluidics, velocimetry, shock waves and detonics.


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GLOSSARY
analog-to-digital converter
A device that converts an analog signal, that is, a signal in the form of a continuously variable voltage or current, to a digital signal in the form of bits.
electronic shutter
A mechanical shutter that has had its timing escapement replaced with an electronic timing circuit. This circuit allows a wider range of exposure times, can be more accurate, and, placed in a circuit with a photoconductive cell, allows automatic sensing of shutter speeds.
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