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CCD camera

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by Bill Chernoff, May 9, 2005.

  1. I would like to build a high-speed camera, say 500 to 1000 frames/sec. I
    wonder if its possible with a CCD chip. Say 320x200 resolution, 8 bits per
    pixel, would make a good starting point. Does anybody know of a source of
    CCD chips that are available with a demo board? Any other comments on
    design issues?
    Thanks
     
  2. Yep, whats the data rate, how will you store it. One frame is 64KB!
    Thats a lot of data at a continuous digitised rate.
    The HDTV camera dudes are playing with flash cards, 8 GB I think, and
    this will give 4 mins at normal film frame rates. Not cheap
    I did have a couple of urls, but I've lost them, but Sponsored
    google found this
    http://www.ccd-direct.com/store/customer/product.php?productid=16410


    martin

    After the first death, there is no other.
    (Dylan Thomas)
     
  3. I was only aiming for a few seconds of storage at a time. Maybe into SRAM.
    I thought shifting the data out of the CCD into the A/D , and the A/D
    conversion time would be the problem .

    What is the difference between progressive scan and area scan?

    Bill
     
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