Is the current camera / recorder giving the customer what they need? Is the equipment moving too fast relative to the frame rate of the camera.
Related, 2020/Hindsight evidently makes a variety of models, which they claim range from 120 to 10,000fps. Presumably, the one at the site is their lowest end one.
If the line is producing 240 units per minute, I am assuming you need at least 240fps, given how fast units are being produced. To that end, no security camera that I know will work at such fast frame rates. This is wrong. See below.
I wonder if the iPhone's 720p 240 fps mode will have any influence on the market? Of course, it only stores for a few seconds, then plays back, which isn't the same challenge as a continuous view and store.
John - This is where I am not familiar. From what a few of my reps said that is this is a broadcast / production setup not a security setup. I am a little confused too. Then 1 rep was worried about the shutter speeds. We have recorded certain security cameras and interview rooms at 30fps on analog DVR's. This industrial manufactuer is using this setup to record / review per shift for issues with the run being a pakaging or line equipement issue. I know they said this line is one of the slower lines. They have this camera on a cart they they reel next to the line and then manual adjust and focus the lens. If it is a lower fps camera would it miss video from the compression being the objects are moving too quick?
I’m having the same challenge at the moment and found Basler cameras have a range of cameras to match and exceed this FPS .
there camera selection guide is outstanding and I’m sure you will find what you need, I found a 150 FPS with a choice of lenses.