This new hyper-speed visualization technology will improve research for many industries that require super high-resolution imaging and observation of materials invisible to the human eye.
COLUMBIA, Md. (PRWEB) September 09, 2015
Shimadzu Scientific Instruments (SSI) announces the release of its new Hyper Vision HPV-X2 high-speed video camera. The new camera features Shimadzu’s FTCMOS burst image sensor that increases photosensitivity by six times more than previous models. It also features ultra high-speed recording at ten million frames-per-second, the highest in its class. The camera’s superior sensitivity and speed make it ideal for observing hard-to-see phenomena such as the interaction of cancer cells, the automotive fuel injection process, and the printer ink ejection process.
With higher light sensitivity and improved signal-to-noise ratio, the HPV-X2 video camera is able to produce larger, more vivid images even in poor lighting conditions. A new synchronized recording function enables users to connect two cameras together and sync the timing of their recordings. This allows labs to accurately analyze the changes in an object from multiple viewpoints.
With the included Windows-compatible software, users can control the camera operation, monitor recording conditions and compare recorded data. The HPV-X2 can also be used in combination with commercially available software for image and numerical analysis, such as obtaining strain distributions during material tests.
This new hyper-speed visualization technology will improve research for many industries that require super high-resolution imaging and observation of materials invisible to the human eye. These fields include aerospace equipment, semiconductors, automobiles, advanced medical equipment, raw materials, electronics and sports equipment.
For more information on the Hyper Vision HPV-X2 high-speed video camera, go to http://www.shimadzu.com/an/test/hpv/hpv-x2/index.html.
About Shimadzu Scientific Instruments Inc.
Shimadzu Scientific Instruments (SSI) is the American subsidiary of Shimadzu Corp., headquartered in Kyoto, Japan. Founded in 1875, Shimadzu is a $3 billion multinational corporation with three major divisions: Medical Diagnostics, Aerospace/Industrial and Analytical Instruments. In the United States, SSI has a network of more than 50 locations providing local and regional sales, service and technical support. Visit http://www.ssi.shimadzu.com for more information.