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Vision Research Launches Phantom T3610 and TMX 5010 Ultrahigh-Speed Cameras with Back Side Illumination

Vision Research, a leading manufacturer of digital high-speed imaging systems, introduces two models in its Ultrahigh-speed performance line of Phantom® cameras. Featuring a breakthrough CMOS sensor with back side illumination (BSI), the new T3610 and TMX 5010 cameras sustain their image throughput with optimized light sensitivity for high frame rates and sub-microsecond exposures.

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Joining the T-Series platform, the Phantom T3610 achieves significantly higher frame rates of 38,040 frames per second (fps) at 1280 x 800 resolution and up to 875,000 fps at reduced resolution. T-Series benefits include a compact form factor and lower power requirements, enabling greater portability and flexibility with tripods and other support.

The TMX 5010 joins the TMX 6410 and 7510 cameras as the entry point to the TMX family. Benefits include a higher RAM capacity up to 512 gigabytes (GB), a higher partition offering of 511 segments, standard 10 Gb Ethernet with a rugged RJ45 port, and the ability to upgrade to higher throughput models at a later date.

Both the T3610 and TMX 5010 camera models include features designed to maximize image capture and workflow flexibility, including a 2x2 binned mode for higher vertical resolution at the camera’s top frame rates. Their BSI sensor technology also provides greater sensitivity and sustained throughput by placing the photoactive surface above the circuitry. This design provides a direct route for photons and improves signal efficiency. Extreme Dynamic Range (EDR) is also included to capture detail in flashes and saturated highlights.

T3610 Key Specifications

  • Maximum resolution: 1280 x 800
  • Frame rate at maximum resolution: 38,040 fps
  • Maximum frame rate (standard mode): 875,000 at 1280 x 32*
  • Maximum frame rate (binned mode): 875,000 at 640 x 64*
  • Minimum exposure: 1 microsecond (standard); 190 nanoseconds*
  • Native ISO: 40,000D (mono), 12,500D (color)
  • Maximum available RAM memory: 256 GB
  • 10 Gb Ethernet: Optional
  • CineMag compatibility: Optional
  • Size and weight: 5 x 5 x 8 inches; 10 pounds

*with export-controlled FAST option

TMX 5010 Key Specifications

  • Maximum resolution: 1280 x 800
  • Frame rate at maximum resolution: 50,725 fps
  • Maximum frame rate (standard mode): 583,330 at 1280 x 64; 1.16 million fps at 1280 x 32*
  • Maximum frame rate (binned mode): 583,330 at 640 x 128; 1.16 million fps at 640 x 64*
  • Minimum exposure: 1 microsecond (standard); 95 nanoseconds*
  • Native ISO: 40,000D (mono), 12,500D (color)
  • Maximum available RAM memory: 512 GB
  • 10 Gb Ethernet: Standard
  • CineMag compatibility: Optional
  • Size and weight: 7 x 7 x 11.7 inches; 20 pounds

*with export-controlled FAST option

The T3610 will begin shipping in August, while the TMX 5010 is shipping now.

Source: https://www.phantomhighspeed.com/

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