Vision Research, the company behind the Phantom series of high-speed cameras, has announced the Phantom TMX 7510 and 6410 which are its first to profit from backside-illuminated sensors. The TMX 7510’s 75-gigapixel throughput can current an unbelievable 1,750,000 frames per second.
The TMX 7510 achieves 76,000 frames per second at full 1-Megapixel determination of 1280 x 800, over 300,000 frames per second at 1280 x 192 determination, and over 770,000 frames per second at smaller resolutions — Nevertheless it’ll get even sooner.
“With the export-controlled FAST alternative, TMX 7510 reaches a blistering 1.75 Million frames per second and 95 nanosecond minimal publicity time, eliminating motion blur,” the company says. “This enables precise motion analysis for very fast functions.”
To work at these extreme physique costs, the cameras are terribly light-sensitive with a neighborhood ISO of 40,000 for monochrome sensors and 12,500 for coloration sensors. The backside-illuminated (BSI) nature of the sensor permits for bigger sensitivity by placing the photodiode nearer to the availability, which allows for a smaller pixel dimension of 18.5 microns that Imaginative and prescient Evaluation says permits for additional imaging definition.
The TMX 7510 can attain that 1.75 million frames per second mark at a choice of 1280 x 32. Below is a full chart of effectivity.
As seen above, the digital digital camera can seize in “regular” or “binned” modes. The TMX Assortment gives 2 x 2 binning for prime physique costs to produce clients field-of-view flexibility. As an illustration, the TMX 7510 can acquire over 617,000 frames per second at a choice of 1280 x 94, or a choice of 640 x 192 in binned mode.
Below are a few examples of what is seen at these extraordinarily fast physique costs:
The TMX 6410 has the equivalent BSI sensor found on the 7510 and has comparable choices nonetheless at a lower most framerate. Whereas the TMX 7510 can seize 76,000 frames per second at its 1 MP determination, the 6410 can do the equivalent determination at 66,000 frames per second. Furthermore, the TMX 6410 has a most framerate of 1,500,000 per second as compared with the 7510’s 1,750,000 per second.
The same old lens mount for every of the TMX-series cameras is Nikon F-Mount and consists of aperture assist for Nikon G lenses, nonetheless Canon EF, C-mount, and M42-mount decisions are moreover on the market. No pricing or date of availability for each digital digital camera was mentioned on the time of publication.
(by means of DPReview)