Shimadzu Hyper Vision HPV-X2
Experience the invisible with ultra high-speed video recording up to 10 million frames per second with 6x higher sensitivity than conventional cameras.
Featuring the FTCMOS2 Advanced Next-Generation Burst Image Sensor with a Two Camera Synchronized Recoding Function for digital image correlation.
Ultra High-Speed Imaging Solutions
High-Intensity LEDs & more
Light it up with the brightest LEDs, lighting systems, light controllers, camera mounts, supports and anything else you can imagine!
Your digital video camera becomes a measurement instrument with this revolutionary motion analysis software. Available in professional, lite & special editions, each tailored towards specific industries and applications.
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2017 Product Brochure
The latest product lines from Hadland Imaging in one downloadable document, including the INSPECT AWARD 2017 Winner FLIR X6900sc MWIR and the X8500sc High-Definition MWIR Science-Grade cameras.
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highlight footage from our Hadland/MSI mini Flight Follower, Shimadzu HyperVision HPV-X2 & iX Cameras i-SPEED 7 series cameras
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Ultra High-Speed News
University of Southampton: PhotoDyn (Innovative Photomechanical Approaches in Identification of the Dynamic Mechanical Behaviour of Materials) "Our brand new Shimadzu HPV-X2 camera has just arrived! We’re quite excited." View the post… ...read more
Stanford University's High Temperature Gasdynamics Lab creates entry V0045 for the 69th Annual Meeting of the APS Division of Fluid Dynamics using the Shimadzu Hyper Vision HPV-X2. They used the HPV-X2 to document 10 microseconds of magnetically accelerated plasma...read more
Todd's father, Garry Rumbaugh sets record of 6179 crunches in one hour. Watch him in action as he demonstrates for students at the St. Johns Elementary School. Watch Video… ...read more
Todd Rumbaugh of Hadland Imaging to present at the MIT Edgerton Center as part of the Summer 2017 Short Course 6.51s on June 26, 2017 in Cambridge, MA. He'll be presenting the topic, On-Chip CMOS-based Image Storage at 10:30 am, with a hands-on lab session at 3:45 pm....read more
High-Speed Imaging for Motion Analysis: Systems and Techniques MIT Summer Short Course 6.51s at the MIT Edgerton Center in Cambridge, MA June 26-29, 2017 In this four-day program, morning lectures present the fundamentals of lighting, lens selection,...read more
Audubon features high-speed footage by Hadland Imaging's Roy Dunn, who captured a hungry roadrunner at 240 fps. Read the article… ...read more