Imaginative and prescient Analysis has introduced a brand new mannequin in its Phantom TMX ultrahigh-speed digital camera lineup, the TMX 5010. The brand new digital camera is an ‘entry-level’ slow-motion digital camera. By ‘entry-level,’ we imply cheaper than the TMX 7510 and TMX 6410 cameras, however estimates nonetheless put the TMX 5010 at costing between $60,000 and $80,000.
The Phantom TMX 5010 includes a backside-illuminated picture sensor able to capturing as much as 1.16 million frames per second in customary mode. At these blazing-fast speeds, the digital camera’s decision is 1280 x 32 pixels. By slowing the 1MP digital camera all the way down to 50,725 fps, decision can improve to a most of 1280 x 800px.
In binned mode, which is monochrome output solely, at 1.16M fps, the decision is 640 x 64px. Digging additional into the picture sensor, the 1MP sensor has an 18.5 µm pixel dimension (37 µm with binning enabled). The sensor is 23.7 x 14.8mm. The picture sensor has a 12-bit depth.
The TMX 5010 comes with as much as 512GB of RAM, permitting the digital camera to buffer the unimaginable quantity of knowledge it captures. The digital camera’s throughput maxes out at about 50Gpx/second with the ‘FAST’ choice enabled. The digital camera permits for as much as 511 reminiscence partitions and may use CineMag V (2TB or 8TB) for non-volatile storage. At its most body price at 1280 x 800px decision, the TMX 5010 can file for as much as 6.6 seconds. Longer file occasions are attainable with lowered resolutions and when recording to a CineMag at decrease body charges.
By way of lenses, the TMX 5010 can settle for Nikon F-mount lenses and helps F and G model lenses. Further mounts can be found, together with Canon EOS, PL-mount, C-mount and M42-mount.
If you would like to be taught extra in regards to the TMX 5010 or different Phantom cameras, click on right here. For buying info, you need to contact Imaginative and prescient Analysis immediately. You may be taught extra in regards to the higher-end TMX 7510 and 6410 cameras in our prior protection.