High Speed Camera
Q-VIT – the ruggedized, compact high speed camera with an ultrahigh resolution of 3MPixel for automotive safety testing and harsh industrial as well as research applications.
More light sensitive than ever.
The Q-VIT is particularly suited for all applications where a compact and portable yet robust camera is essential:
Automotive safety testing – on-board full size crash vehicle or sled body structures where the camera is fitted into tight areas like door panels or the pedal area
Industrial or military applications with Hi-G shocks and limited space is available – like excenter presses and similar devices or explosion research
Why the Q-VIT ?
Ultra-high resolution of 3MPixel at 500fps
Robust design – designed for many years of rough handling in HiG-applications (milled aluminum)
Simple to use – the camera control software is easy to use, even for novices and occasional users; operator training is not necessary – yet provides full control of the camera settings and functions
Autonomous operation – the built-in battery allows you to use the camera without external power cables and power supplies. Ideal for troubleshooting appliances on the factory floor
High Sensitivity – the Q-VIT offers a light sensitivity greater than in previous cameras models. In many applications and settings, the camera delivers well-lit images without extra illumination, while in others only minimal extra light is necessary.
High Sensitivity – High light sensitivity also allows for crisper images as motion blur, associated with fast moving objects can be substantially reduced by a shorter shutter time, and depth of field can be extended by stopping down the lens – both parameters are essential to create better, more informative images
Modular concept – you don’t have to buy an off-the-shelf product which might or might not suit your application. Have your Q-VIT configured for a perfect match by choosing from an extensive range of extension.
Selectable ROI – the customer can select the most suitable image format (ROI, region of interest) almost without limitations, for best camera performance and image quality
Frame rate vs resolution vs recording time (partial)
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