Imperx Sound Cards & Media Devices Driver

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Imperx Sound Cards & Media Devices Driver

August 26th, 2005, 04:50 AM #1
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Location: Sussex, UK
I will be testing an Imperx 2M30H camera at dealer on Wendenseday.
I am looking at it as a potential base for a home built HDTV RAW to disc camera. With the intention of producing footage acceptable to broadcasters (hopefully with a reasonably portable system).
This has 1920x1080 pixels in a single 2/3' CCD with upto 33fps at maximum res, 15-60 variable fps. Output is Camera link base.
The asking price is about £2.5k or $4.5k USD.
Spec sheet:-
http://www.imperx.com/cameras/megapi..X2M30HSpec.pdf
Unfortunately the one available for demo has a C-mount, which will not fill the frame, but it is more usually shipped with a Nikon F-mount which does.
Q1) is there anywhere I can post pictures, frame grabs, very short RAW video clips for others to see?
Q2) what tests would other members like me to do (within what the dealer will allow without me buying it).
Q3) what questions would you want answered?
Last edited by Nick Hockings; August 27th, 2005 at 02:35 AM. Reason: correction of CCD size.
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Imperx Sound Cards & Media Devices Drivers

  • Supporting both x86 and x64 platforms
  • Real-time synchronized data recording to hard disk from multiple devices with synchronized playback.
  • Supports most analogue and digital video cameras; GPS receivers; altimeters; IMU/INS devices; sound cards; and general purpose data acquisition cards.
  • Synchronisation of data streams using computer time, IRIG-B time, GPS time.
  • Automatic cataloguing of recordings within video library provides quick access for playback.
  • Multiple triggering methods by hardware or software, with pre-trigger recording.
  • Event marking during or after recording.
  • Compressed or uncompressed video recording.
  • Image import/export to AVI, JPEG, TIFF, text, and raw binary files.
  • Scripting for automation of recording procedures.