Dec 2015Shimadzu Scientific Instruments Inc.Request Info
COLUMBIA, Md. — Shimadzu Scientific Instruments, part of Shimadzu Corp., has announced the Hyper Vision HPV-X2 high-speed video camera with the company's FTCMOS burst image sensor to increase photosensitivity.
High light sensitivity and an improved signal-to-noise ratio produces larger, more vivid images in poor lighting conditions. A synchronized recording function enables users to connect two cameras together, synchronize their recordings and analyze an objects changes from multiple viewpoints. Ultrahigh-speed recording is featured at 10 million fps, the highest in its class.
Applications include observing hard-to-see phenomena such as the interaction of cancer cells, the automotive fuel injection process and the printer ink ejection process. Other applications include research in the fields of aerospace equipment, semiconductors, automobiles, advanced medical equipment, raw materials, electronics and sports equipment.