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High-Speed Camera System

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SAN DIEGO, Feb. 28, 2012 — Photron Inc. has launched the Fastcam SA7 high-speed camera system, which uses a 1280 × 1024-pixel CMOS imaging sensor.

It operates at rates of up to 3500 fps at full image resolution and provides high-quality images with 12-bit analog-to-digital conversion and high light sensitivity (5000 ISO monochrome, 2500 ISO color measured to the ISO standard 12232 Ssat specification).

It is designed for use in high-speed imaging applications including automotive safety testing.

It is supplied in a small and convenient-to-operate package. The Gigabit Ethernet network interface allows operation and control through industry-standard Photron Fastcam Viewer software.
Feb 2012

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