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High-Speed CMOS Camera

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High-Speed CMOS CameraThe Phantom v2640 ultrahigh-speed camera from Vision Research Inc. features a proprietary 4-MP CMOS image sensor that delivers high image quality at up to 26 Gpx/s, while reaching 6600 fps at full 2048 × 1952 resolution and 11,750 fps at 1920 × 1080.

The v2640 features 64-dB high dynamic range and a low 7.2-e noise floor, making it an excellent tool for researchers, scientists and engineers who need to capture clean, high-resolution images at ultrahigh speeds. The high dynamic range shows significant detail, especially in high-contrast environments, while the low noise is particularly beneficial when analyzing the dark regions of an image. It also has exceptional light sensitivity, with an ISO measurement of 16,000 D for monochrome cameras and 3200 D for color cameras.

Standard modes feature correlated double sampling, performed directly on the sensor, to provide the lowest noise possible.

Photonics Spectra
Jun 2018

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