Hyper Vision HPV-X2

High-Speed Video Camera

Improved Signal-to-Noise Ratio Thanks to Six Times the Conventional Sensitivity

The light sensitivity of the HPV-X2 has been improved six-fold compared to our conventional products by adopting the FTCMOS2 image sensor. The resulting improvement in signal-to-noise ratio yields clearer images compared to conventional products, if the optical systems are the same.

Improved Signal-to-Noise Ratio Thanks to Six Times the Conventional Sensitivity

FP Mode and HP Mode

  • The FTCMOS2 sensor has 100,000 pixels and a 12.8 million bit memory.
  • In FP mode, each 128 bit memory element is assigned to 100,000 pixels.
  • In HP mode, each 256 bit memory element is assigned to 50,000 pixels.
  • The maximum recording speed in HP mode is 10 million frames/second, and the number of frames recorded is 256, twice the number in FP mode. However the resolution is 1/2, at 50,000 pixels.*


HP (Half Pixel) Mode FP (Full Pixel) Mode
Max. Recording Speed 10 million frames/second 5 million frames/second
Resolution 50,000 pixels 100,000 pixels
Number of Frames Recorded 256 128

FP Mode and HP Mode

* When images are displayed using software, and when saving image data, the pixels that are not used in HP mode are supplemented by the software, so the equivalent of 100,000 pixels is displayed or saved.

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