High Performance Ultra Fast Framing Cameras

Image Credits: Specialised Imaging Ltd

The SIM series of Ultra Fast Framing cameras from Specialised Imaging offer the ultimate in ultra-high speed imaging performance enabling scientists and engineers to extend the boundaries of their research and development.

Capable of capturing up to 16 images at 1 billion frames per second, SIM ultra fast framing cameras are able to capture visual data from even the most transient of phenomena.

The proprietary optical design of SIM cameras delivers this unmatched performance while eliminating compromising shading or parallax effects. High resolution intensified CCD sensors controlled by state-of-the-art electronics provide almost infinite control over gain and exposure to allow researchers the flexibility to obtain reproducible data from even the most demanding applications.

Traditionally in ultra-high speed imaging, it has been difficult to synchronize your camera to the event that you are trying to record and analyse. Using the very flexible multiple triggering capability of SIM cameras, with its built triggering modes, it has taken the 'black magic' out of synchronizing camera and event allowing you to spend more time on capturing research data rather than setting up your experiment.

With all Specialised Imaging SIM cameras full remote control using Ethernet is offered as standard. A choice of integral viewfinder or a laptop computer can be used for local focus. Comprehensive triggering facilities, highly accurate timing control, and a wide range of output signals, coupled with a custom SIM software package that includes full measurement and image enhancement functions simplifies image capture.

All SIM cameras can be now be used in multispectral imaging experiments using specific notch filters from 400nm up to 800nm as a per channel configuration. This allows for true multispectral and colour imaging as well as pyrometry measurement.

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