Looking For Information On High Speed Camera's Value For Video Surveillance Applications

Do high speed cameras have value for video surveillance applications?

What kind of problems in security and video surveillance are addressed with high speed cameras?

Who in the video surveillance industry offers/needs high speed cameras?

Thank you for your help


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I can see that. What are your thoughts around both large format (15+ megapixel) and high speed (60-100+ Fps) ?

What are your thoughts around both large format (15+ megapixel) and high speed (60-100+ Fps) ?

As in both at the same time? Only this:

Wow that is interesting. However I was more curious about what industries will benefit from integration with cameras with both large format and high speed. Also, what portion of the video surveillance cycle is improved by this type of gear? detection? forensics?, etc.

However I was more curious about what industries will benefit from integration with cameras with both large format and high speed.

You mean if cameras with both those capabilities actually existed at standard surveillance camera prices and with standard integrations?

Or?

Yes that is what I mean. Furthermore, if they do currently exist in non standard integration who is asking for them and who is integrating them?

I don't have a single client that needs over 15 FPS, with a vast majority at 7-10 FPS. Unless you have a very fast object moving through a scene, I don't know why you would need so many frames. Just because you CAN capture 120 FPS doesn't mean you SHOULD. Until the day comes when storage costs are so small that the impact on bitrate due to higher frame rate is negligible, I don't really see a good reason why you should just arbitrarily use more than 15 FPS.

I agree with Jon here - on a very simplistic level, high speed cameras are needed only in applications with high speed motion (to prevent motion blur).

See http://ipvm.com/reports/frame-rate-surveillance-guide

I see thank you.

Wouldn't that be status quo systems? What if the system was monitoring a critical infrastructure such as an airport and could, hypothetically speaking, dynamically trade resolution for capture speed. In case a fast moving object entering the cameras field view of it could increase capture speed (60- 100)to ensure maximum quality in the recordings for either analysis or forensics? Would that be valuable?

News of a new chip from sony. 4K 480 fps.

Now if we can just find a use for it...