With its small form factor, battery operation, large built-in LCD screen and intuitive full touchscreen menu system, the TS4 puts the power of a traditional high speed camera in the palm of your hand.
Fastec High Speed Video Cameras
Fastec Imaging manufactures portable, affordable high-speed cameras with outstanding image quality. With resolutions up to three megapixels and frame rates up to 250,000 frames per second, no application is too fast for our cameras.
Fastec Imaging’s line of handheld, point-and-shoot high-speed cameras are truly an industry innovation. Our more traditional camera systems are just as impressive, with small form factors and all the features found in far more expensive cameras systems. Add in our line of long-duration recording systems that enable high-speed video capture for hours at a time, and you have the most well-rounded high-speed camera offerings in the industry. Priced to fit demanding budgets, Fastec Imaging high-speed cameras save time and money on the production line, in the lab, on the field of play, or on the test range. Whatever your application demands, we have the answer.
Markets for High-Speed Cameras
High-speed cameras are used in hundreds of different markets to slow down motion so that humans can study processes they could not otherwise see. Fastec Imaging high-speed cameras can take thousands of pictures per second which when played back at 5, 10 or 20 pictures per second, or even at standard video rates of 30 pictures per second result in 30X, 50X or 100x+ reductions in time. The following are just a few of the markets now using Fastec Imaging cameras to improve their processes, products, research and testing.
Fastec Imaging high-speed cameras are used in hundreds of different industrial manufacturing sites to analyze motion in machinery and production line processes, reduce jams, speed up line setup and changeovers, lower scrap and rejected material costs, and reduce downtime and maintenance expenses.
Hundreds of Universities worldwide use Fastec cameras for a variety of research studies, animal locomotion, mechanical engineering, flow visualization, combustion studies, biomechanics & kinesiology, physics, chemistry, tensil testing, and more.
Mining / Blasting
High-speed cameras are used to determine the effects of blasts on structures or vehicles or determine the actual firing times of blast holes and the nature of the rock movement. Delay detonators provide the timing blasts needed under specific blasting conditions. Blast holes firing at incorrect times reduce rock fragmentation, effect blast movement, and can increase blast vibrations. Working with our partner MREL, we created the Blaster’s Ranger II Camera line for mining and blasting applications.’
Broadcast & Cinema
Broadcasters and filmmakers have been using high-speed imagery to slow down fast-moving action for years. Whether it is an elite athlete at a sporting event, a chase scene with pyrotechnics and crashes, or something more mundane – like a wine glass toppling over – a high speed camera allows for the creation of that elongated, critical moment, that only a dramatic slow motion sequence can elicit. Fastec cameras have been used to create these mind-blowing high-speed sequences in television shows, at sporting events, or even in your favorite music videos around the globe.
Military customers worldwide use high-speed to design and test weapons, counter measure and defensive systems and components. High-speed cameras are key for testing projectiles for determining ballistics, detonics and fragmentation characteristics; in airborne stores separation; and in vehicle armour design testing materials and survivability.