High-speed CMOS cameras feature backside illumination

Sept. 1, 2021
Two ultrahigh-speed cameras use a CMOS sensor with backside illumination (BSI).

Ultrahigh-speed cameras using a CMOS sensor with backside illumination (BSI), the Phantom T3610 provides 38,040 fps at 1280 × 800 resolution, while the TMX 5010 provides 50,752 fps, a RAM capacity up to 512 GB, partition offering of 511 segments, standard 10 GB Ethernet, and the ability to upgrade to higher throughput models.

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