Specialised Imaging Introduces 2 Million Frames / Second Digital Video Camera

Kirana

Kirana





11th October 2012

Specialised Imaging Ltd., the leading technological innovator in ultra high-speed imaging, has introduced Kirana - a new ultra high-speed video camera that combines the flexibility of video technology with the resolution of an ultra high speed framing camera.

Incorporating a proprietary hybrid camera sensor the compact Kirana Ultra High-Speed Video Camera is uniquely able to deliver high resolution (924 x 768 pixels) and high speed (up to 2 million frames / second) in a no compromise design. Using a Kirana High-Speed Video Camera up to 40 events can be captured at a cyclic rate of 250ms or 2 seconds of video stored when operating at 1,000 frames / second. The full resolution of this exciting new high-speed video camera is maintained at all speeds.

Comprehensive triggering facilities, highly accurate timing control, and a wide range of output signals, coupled with a software package that includes full measurement and image enhancement functions simplifies image capture and analysis. Full remote operation using Ethernet connectivity comes as standard enabling the Kirana to be easily integrated into almost any environment.

The Kirana offers the industry-leading performance, ease-of-use and operational flexibility that enables users to record and deliver impressive slow-motion video images in just about any application or environment ranging from scientific research to ballistics testing.

For further information please visit www.specialised-imaging.com

Specialised Imaging is a knowledgeable, dynamic company focused upon design, manufacture, service and supply of ultra high-speed imaging systems and components for industrial, defence and scientific applications. The company's continuing policy is to invest in the development of innovative imaging solutions, incorporate the latest technological advances and use improved components wherever possible. A total commitment to quality and a thorough understanding of applications are held as the keys to the future.

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