30 milk bottles per minute or per second? You say per minute but that seems pretty slow. That would only be a milk bottle once every 2 seconds. If it was only a bottle once every 2 seconds, you could do that with a 1fps stream.
Assuming it's 30 milk bottles per second, I have no experience but I suspect you would need more than 30fps as that would be cutting it close if there was any jitter or frame loss. And 60fps cameras are fairly common now.
IPVMU Certified | 06/21/16 12:27pm
Yes, It is 30 Bottle per second, you recommend to use more than 30fps. right?
Why do you want use a camera?
Why not just use a photoelectric sensor?
Machine vision cameras are capable of several hundred frames per second.
Two Axis models seem to be made for such applications:
Both of the new fixed cameras can provide HDTV 1080p video at frame rates of up to 50/60 fps or HDTV 720p video at frame rates of up to 100/120 fps. This allows for detailed video capture of fast moving objects, which can be of great importance in industrial applications, especially when monitoring a production line. Details of parts and packages can be monitored easily and precisely, enabling full control of the production process.
More detail here on the cameras and the "intelligent lens" as they bill it.