Leading high-speed imaging camera developer and manufacturer iX Cameras has announced recent sales success with the i-SPEED 7 range. BMW Brilliance, Nippon Steel, and South China University of Technology selected i-SPEED 7 series cameras for applications ranging from PIV (Particle Image Velocimetry) to Hopkinson Bar testing and laser processes.
These recent wins are further proof that iX Cameras’ advanced technology in high-speed imaging is providing researchers and engineers a wide range of use for their applications, from the lab to the field.
"The ultra-high-speed i-SPEED 7 Series cameras from iX Cameras provide our customers an unmatched combination of zoom-in 3.1 megapixel resolution and 26 gigapixels recording speed, providing our customers with clear imagery to study and analyse," said Jonathan Hatton, iX Cameras Director of Business Development.
"The continued global growth of iX Cameras is a true testament to our strategy. We focused our resources to introduce the i-SPEED 7 Series cameras last year with our customers in mind; we now have a technologically advanced ultra-high-speed camera line that is easy to use and affordable by engineers and researchers worldwide," added Peter Carellas, iX Cameras President and CEO.