TRING, England, Sept. 13, 2016 — Specialised Imaging Ltd. has announced high-performance accessories for high-speed imaging. The OT3 optical trigger is battery-driven to make the system portable and isolate its operation from interference from ground loops, noise spiking or brownout. The sensor is a blue-enhanced array of twelve diodes that has a spectral response from 300 to 1300 nm. A 700-nm cut-off filter has been incorporated to reduce the range from 300 to 700 nm, making it less likely to saturate from high IR sources such as clouds. The OT3 Optical Trigger offers particular benefits for use with ultra-high-speed cameras on proofing ranges. Two high-power xenon flash units are also available, providing a small, concentrated, high-intensity beam. The AD500 is a short-duration flash source suitable for scientific and industrial processes that occur over short periods, complete with four controllable high-intensity-flash lights. This high performance flash source can be precisely synchronized to match the time frame of an event being recorded. Combining superb torsional rigidity and support strength, the QST-PHD camera tripod and TP HD2 pedestal stand both use a rack and pinion driven center column to enable vertical height adjustments of cameras by up to 46 cm. The devices provide a stable platform for high-speed cameras to operate from. T hick walled anodized tubular construction guarantees years of reliable stable performance from these camera supports.