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what about this camera for Solar work?

http://machinevisionstore.com/Catalog/Details/1197 what about this camera for Solar work?

CABR199
4096 x 3072 Monochrome CMOS CL Camera
Basler Beat beA4000-60km
$ 4,130.00 eac


62 full frames per second
12 megapixels with super-sensitive next-generation CMOSIS sensor
Progressive scan with Global shutter
Camera Link interface
Connectors
Camera Link MDR Plug (Male) Full Camera Link Qty 2
Hirose 7mm 6 Pin Receptacle HR10A-7R-6PB (Male) Qty 1
Details
Sensor Resolution: 4096(h) x 3072(v) pixels
Sensor Size: 28.16 mm
Sensor Model: CMOSIS CMV12000ES-2E5M1PA
Lens Mount: Optional
Maximum Frame Rate: 62 full frames/second
Data Interface: Camera Link
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Old 01-02-2015, 11:43 PM
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Holy cow. Are these cameras for real?

What about this camera? 850 fps! That would be one crazy planetary camera!

http://www.baslerweb.com/en/products...e/aca640-850um
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Old 02-02-2015, 05:50 AM
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Its got a big sensor Dave. 28mm. A DMK is about 6mm. You'll need a long FL scope to fill the frame. I don't think it'll be much chop on a PST! Otherwise it seems to have great specs.

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the line scan models might be good for spectra measures, if it can be aligned correctly ???

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You could run a Lunt 80 with a 3x barlow and just get close to filling the frame. Good speed too. Though I wonder if it would be 60fps at that focal length. Though even at 30 fps it is faster than the camera I have now at 9fps.
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You could run a Lunt 80 with a 3x barlow and just get close to filling the frame. Good speed too. Though I wonder if it would be 60fps at that focal length. Though even at 30 fps it is faster than the camera I have now at 9fps.
well i haven't done the numbers but it would be great to test it out imagine full frame time lapses......oh yeah
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