Camera Offers Automated Object Tracking

Optronis’ CamRecord Sprinter-FHD camera series adds the Sprinter-FHD with a full HD resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels. The Sprinter-FHD achieves rates over 1,800 fps and is controlled via TimeViewer software, which now also offers functions for object tracking with the current release to be able to analyze image sequences automatically.


The camera uses a light-sensitive CMOS sensor and offers various trigger and synchronization options. The image data is buffered in a 16 GB memory before being saved either to an SSD hard disk internal to the camera or on a PC.

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An object tracking function is integrated that allows objects, or points tagged using a marker, to be tracked automatically from image to image. Tracking is at sub-pixel accuracy, enabling precise recording of the path of an object. In addition, changes in angle or velocity vectors can also be recorded. All data are displayed using the software or exported for individualized analysis. Tracking not only simplifies motion analysis in research, but also fault analysis and quality assurance.  For more information, visit Optronis.

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