FASTCAM Multi Camera Head HS

FASTCAM Multi Camera Head HS
FASTCAM Multi
Camera Head HS-01
WARNING
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a
commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential
area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the users will be required to correct
the interference at their own expense.
CAUTION:
Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance
could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
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• Product specifications and manual contents can change without advanced notification.
• This manual was created taking every possible measure to ensure the accuracy of its contents. However, if you find a section which is unclear, a mistake, or an
omission, please contact PHOTRON LIMITED using the contact information provided at the end of the manual.
• PHOTRON LIMITED bears no responsibility for the results of using the product or from following the instructions in this manual.
Introduction
Thank you for your purchase of Photron’s high-speed camera system, the “FASTCAM Multi Camera
Head HS-01” (referred to below as the system).
This manual contains the operating instructions and warnings necessary for using the system.
Before using the system, please read the entire manual.
If any part of this manual is unclear, contact Photron using the contact information printed at the back of
the manual.
After you finish reading the manual, store it in a safe place along with the warranty card and refer back to
it when necessary.
Manual Notation
The following icons and symbols are used in the explanations in this manual.
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followed when using the software, or things to be careful of
when using the software.
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when using the system.
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This symbol is used to indicate the names of items on a
screen, references, dialog names, and connectors.
This symbol is used to indicate menu names, and sub-menu
names.
Using the Manual
This section explains the layout of the manual. For other options, please refer to each manual.
Introduction
The introduction explains the manual and safety precautions.
Chapter 1. Overview
This chapter gives an overview of the system and an explanation of its features. It also explains a list of items
that should be checked before using the system, and the procedure for connecting each component of the
system.
Chapter 2. Function
This chapter explains the system’s functions. Refer to the “Photron FASTCAM Viewer User’s Manual” for
additional details on using a PC to control the system.
Chapter 3. Specifications
This chapter explains the system’s specifications.
Chapter 4. Warranty
This chapter explains about the warranty.
Chapter 5. Contacting Photron
This chapter lists the contact information to use when contacting Photron if the system malfunctions or if a
portion of the manual is unclear.
Using System Safety and Correctly
In order to prevent injury to yourself and others, and to prevent damage to property, carefully observe the
following safety precautions.
Photron has given its full attention to the safety of this system. However, the extent of damage and injury
potentially caused by ignoring the content of the safety precautions and using the system incorrectly is
explained next. Please pay careful attention to the content of the safety precautions when using the
system.
Warning
This symbol indicates actions that carry the risk that a person could receive a
serious injury.
Caution
This symbol indicates actions that carry the risk that a person could receive a moderate
injury, or that damage to physical property might occur.
The safety precautions to be observed are explained with the following symbols.
This symbol indicates actions that require caution.
This symbol indicates actions that are prohibited and must be avoided.
This symbol indicates actions that must always be performed.
Warning
■ Do not perform actions that will damage the AC cable or plug.
(Do not damage the cable, modify it, use it near a heater, excessively bend, twist or pull on it,
place heavy objects on it, or bundle it.)
Using the cable when damaged can cause fire, electric shock, or a short circuit.
■ Do not use the system in a manner which will exceed the rating of the power outlet or wiring
equipment used.
Exceeding the power rating might cause a fire from excessive heat.
■ Do not insert metallic objects inside, or pour liquids such as water on, the system.
Doing so can cause fire, electric shock, or malfunction from short circuit or heat.
■ Do not disassemble or modify the system.
There are high voltages inside the system that can cause electric shock.
■ Do not plug in or unplug the power cord with wet hands.
Doing so can cause electric shock.
■ This chapter lists the contact information to use when contacting Photron if the system
malfunctions or if a portion of the manual is unclear.
Not fully plugging in the power cable can cause fire from electric shock or heat.
■ When something is wrong with the system, unplug the power cable immediately.
- When a foreign substance or liquid, such as metal or water, gets inside.
- When the outer case is broken or damaged, such as from a fall.
- When the system produces smoke, a strange smell, or strange sound. Using the system in
these conditions might cause a fire or electric shock.
■ Do not use the accessories by the usage that a manufacturer does not specify. It may cause
damage of protection.
Caution
■ Always unplug the system when cleaning it or when it is unused for a long period of time.
Leaving or storing the system connected to the power source might cause fire from insulation
deterioration or electrical discharge.
■Please consult us in advance when you perform an event by which laser light or direct rays fall
on the image sensor surface.
■ Do not set the system in a location where the temperature gets unusually hot.
The trunk and inside of a car can get especially hot in summer.
Doing so can cause the outer case and internal components to deteriorate or cause a fire.
■ Do not place the system in a location prone to oily smoke or steam, or in a location with a lot of
humidity or dust.
Oil, moisture, and dust conduct electricity, which can cause a fire or electric shock.
■ Do not obstruct the air intake and exhaust port, when the system is installed.
■ Ambient temperature 0-45° C, humidity 85% RH or lower, maximum altitude 2,000m or lower.
In addition, if exceeding these limits, use in a condensation-free environment.
Doing so can cause malfunction.
■ Do not store the equipment in a location where the temperature goes below -20°C or higher
than 60°C. Also, prevent condensation from forming during shipment
■ When shipping, remove the connecting cable and use the original packaging or a dedicated
carrying case.
Do not ship the equipment in an environment where the temperature goes below
-20°C or higher than 60°C. Also, prevent condensation from forming during shipment
European Union (and EEA) only
These symbols indicate that this product is not to be disposed of with your household
waste, according to the WEEE Directive (2012/19/EU), the Battery Directive
(2013/56/EU) and/or your national laws implementing those Directives.
This product should be handed over to a designated collection point, e.g., on an
authorized one-for-one basis when you buy a new similar product or to an authorized
collection site for recycling waste electrical and electronic equipment (EEE) and
batteries and accumulators. Improper handling of this type of waste could have a
possible impact on the environment and human health due to potentially hazardous
substances that are generally associated with EEE. Your cooperation in the correct
disposal of this product will contribute to the effective usage of natural resources.
For more information about the recycling of this product, please contact your local city
office, waste authority, approved scheme or your household waste disposal service or
visit www.photron.com.
(EEA: Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein)
Cleaning of the Image Sensor Surface
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) events may cause immediate and unrecoverable damage to the
image sensor. Please read the following instructions and take EXTREME CARE when cleaning the
image sensor surface.
■ ALWAYS take appropriate anti-static precautions when cleaning or working near the Image
sensor.
■ DO NOT use any form of cleaning equipment using electrostatic or ‘charged fiber’ technology.
■ Please discharge any electrostatic build up in your body by touching a grounded metallic
Surface before working near the camera sensor.
■ Very gently, use only clean and dry air to remove dust from surface of the image sensor.
■ To remove stubborn contamination use the highest grade (e.g. VLSI grade) pure Isopropyl
alcohol (IPA) with optical wipes of ‘clean room’ grade.
■ Extreme care must be taken! Gently wipe across the sensor in a single action.
(DO NOT rub to avoid abrasive damage to delicate optical coatings on the glass surface.)
Camera Cable
■ Minimum curve radius of the camera cable is 125 millimeters. Be careful when using or storing
camera cable to give an ample space for the curvature.
■ Do not give an excessive impact or load to camera cables to avoid damage.
■ Whenever the cables are out of use, place the attached connector caps for protection of the
connectors.
■In operation, connect the main unit’s connector cap and the camera cable’s connector cap
each other to avoid dirt and pollution and to keep clean inside.
The camera cable includes optics fibers. If dust or dirt is in inside of a connector, it may cause a
communication error. Keep clean the inside of connectors. If a connector is polluted, clean the fiber
edges by following instruction or using the bundled cleaning kit.
■ DO NOT use hard and/or sharp materials for cleaning.
■ Very gently, use only clean and dry air to remove dust from surface of the image sensor.
■ To remove stubborn contamination use the highest grade (e.g. VLSI grade) pure Isopropyl
alcohol (IPA) with optical wipes of ‘clean room’ grade.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1.
Overview
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1.1.
Product Overview and Features .............................................................................. 2
1.2.
System’s Components and Accessories.................................................................. 3
1.3.
1.4.
1.2.1.
Components ................................................................................................ 3
1.2.2.
Accessories/Options ................................................................................... 3
1.2.3.
Type ............................................................................................................ 4
Part Names .............................................................................................................. 5
1.3.1.
Camera Head .............................................................................................. 5
1.3.2.
Camera Head Part Names.......................................................................... 6
1.3.3.
Interchangeable Lens Mounts..................................................................... 7
Connection ............................................................................................................... 8
Chapter 2.
Functions
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2.1.
Selecting Frame Rate ............................................................................................ 12
2.2.
Selecting Resolution .............................................................................................. 12
2.3.
Selecting Shutter Speed ........................................................................................ 13
2.4.
Selecting Trigger Mode .......................................................................................... 14
2.4.1.
START Mode ............................................................................................. 14
2.4.2.
CENTER Mode ......................................................................................... 14
2.4.3.
END Mode................................................................................................. 15
2.4.4.
MANUAL Mode ......................................................................................... 15
2.4.5.
RANDOM Mode ........................................................................................ 15
2.4.6.
RANDOM RESET Mode ........................................................................... 16
2.4.7.
RANDOM CENTER Mode ........................................................................ 17
2.4.8.
RANDOM MANUAL Mode ........................................................................ 18
2.5.
LOW LIGHT Mode ................................................................................................. 19
2.6.
VARIABLE Setting ................................................................................................. 19
2.7.
White Balance Adjustment (Color Model Only) ..................................................... 20
2.7.1.
Using Preset White Balance (Color Model Only) ...................................... 20
2.7.2.
Using User White Balance (Color Model Only) ......................................... 20
2.8.
Color Enhancement Function (Color Model Only) ................................................. 21
2.9.
Look-Up Table (LUT) Operations ........................................................................... 21
2.9.1.
Using a Custom LUT ................................................................................. 24
2.10. Edge Enhancement Function ................................................................................ 24
2.11. Partition Memory & Record .................................................................................... 24
2.12. Event Marker Function ........................................................................................... 25
2.13. Direct Trigger / Direct Start Mode .......................................................................... 25
2.14. Fan Control ............................................................................................................ 26
Chapter 3.
Specifications
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3.1.
3.2.
Specifications ......................................................................................................... 28
3.1.1.
Product Specifications .............................................................................. 28
3.1.2.
General Specifications .............................................................................. 29
3.1.3.
Frame Rate and Resolution ...................................................................... 30
3.1.4.
Shutter Speed List .................................................................................... 33
3.1.5.
Recordable Image Count/Resolution ........................................................ 34
3.1.6.
Recordable Time/Resolution ..................................................................... 35
Dimensions ............................................................................................................ 36
3.2.1.
Camera Body ............................................................................................ 36
3.2.2.
Clearance for Camera Cable Connection ................................................. 39
Chapter 4.
4.1.
41
About the Warranty ................................................................................................ 42
Chapter 5.
5.1.
Warranty
Contacting Photron
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Contact Information................................................................................................ 44
Chapter 1. Overview
1.1. Product Overview and Features
1.2. System’s Components and Accessories
1.3. Part Names
1.4. Connection
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FASTCAM Multi Camera Head HS-01
Chapter 1
Overview
1.1. Product Overview and Features
The Multi camera head HS-01 is a compact and lightweight camera head specifically designed for
the FASTCAM Multi. It only weighs 0.98 Kg and supports 1,280 x 1,024 pixel resolution at 4,800
frames per second. The Multi camera head HS-01 can be utilized in a variety of applications
including industrial R&D (design, quality control, and component technology development), science,
medical, and aerospace.
The Multi camera head HS-01 has adopted a robust design where circuit boards are completely
sealed from the outside and a FAN OFF function is a standard feature for image measuring purposes.
It also offers a wide range of optional parts such as Micro Four-Thirds (MFT) lens control and built-in
LED lights.
Use the Multi camera head HS-01 in a variety of applications with its multi-function,
high-performance, robust, and expandable specifications to take full advantage of it.
FASTCAM Multi Camera Head
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1.2. System’s Components and Accessories
1.2.1.
Components
The system’s standard components are listed below. Remove the components from the package
and check them.
1.
Camera Head (with G type F mount and lens cap)
One
2.
C mount adapter (with lens cap)
One
3.
FASTCAM Multi Camera Head HS-01 Hardware Manual (This Manual)
One
• Lens is not included in the product package.
1.2.2.
Accessories/Options
Connect this camera to the FASTCAM Multi Main Unit for operation. The following optional items
are available to choose from (as of March 2015).
1.
FASTCAM Multi Camera Cable 5m (102481)
2.
FASTCAM Multi Camera Cable 10m (102482)
3.
FASTCAM Multi LED Light Option (102483)
4.
Micro Four Thirds Lens Option For FASTCAM Multi (102484)
• In addition to the above, optional accessories such as lenses and lighting equipment are available.
For details, ask your local sales representative, or see the contact information in Chapter 5.1.
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1.2.3.
Type
Four different types are available to choose from the below table.
Max Frame Rate
750,000fps
200,000fps
Sensor
Monochrome
Color
Monochrome
Color
Type
FASTCAM Multi Camera Head HS-01 type 750K - M
FASTCAM Multi Camera Head HS-01 type 750K - C
FASTCAM Multi Camera Head HS-01 type 200K - M
FASTCAM Multi Camera Head HS-01 type 200K - C
• Export-controlled model type 200K is subject to restriction on the frame rate and shutter speed.
• Subject to restrictions under Export Trade Control Order, your camera may NOT be used
depending on the country where you intend to use. If you are considering using your camera
outside Japan, check with Photron first. Contact information is given in 5.1. Contact Information.
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1.3. Part Names
For each of the system components.
- Do not expose to shock.
- Do not use in an area where flammable gas or dust is present.
- Do not place in an unstable location such as on an unstable platform or an incline.
- Do not disassemble or modify.
- Do not expose to liquids such as water.
- Do not subject to excessive force.
1.3.1.
Camera Head
This is a camera head specifically designed to shoot a fast-moving object. It has imaging function
only and the image data is transferred via the camera cable to the memory built in the main unit. On
the rear panel of the camera, there are a connector for the camera cable to be used for
communication between the camera and the main unit, and a power connector to feed power to the
LED light option.
Rear
Front
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1.3.2.
Camera Head Part Names
FASTCAM Multi Camera Head HS-01
G type F mount
Front
Camera Cable Connector
LED Light Switch
Laser Pointer
Switch
Power Connector
For LED Light
Back
Power Connector for LED Light, LED Light Switch and Laser Pointer Switch
are used with FASTCAM Multi LED Light Option.
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1.3.3.
Interchangeable Lens Mounts
The lens mount on the system can be changed according to the recording purpose.
There are 2 types of interchangeable lens mounts: “G type F-mount” and “C-mount”.
In addition, it is possible to change over to the Micro Four Thirds lens mount by acquiring a “Micro
Four-Thirds Lens Option for FASTCAM Mult”.
How to change the lens mount (G type F-mount → C-mount)
1.
Remove the four M3 Hex Socket Cap screws using the hexagonal wrench.
2.
Remove the G type F-mount portion as a unit.
3.
Install the C-mount unit using the Hex Socket Cap screws in the 90° diagonal holes.
4.
After installation, always verify that the unit is not loose and does not rattle.
G type F mount
(Standard)
C mount
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1.4. Connection
Following the below steps, connect between Main Unit and a camera head using the dedicated
cables.
1.
Make sure the power to the Main Unit is off.
2.
Grasp and slide the grip of the connector, and then remove the cap from the camera cable.
Connect the caps each other to avoid dirt and pollution and to keep clean inside.
Main Unit/Camera Head
Camera Cable
Connector Cap
3.
Connector Cap
Connect the camera cable. Make sure of the connector on the camera head and Main Unit.
See the position of the red mark on the cable-mount connector and the box-mount connector
to be connected.
Camera Cable Connector
Main Unit Connector
Camera Head
Main Unit
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4.
When disconnecting the camera cables, first shut down the system.
Grasp and slide the grip of the connector, and then disconnect the camera cable.
Camera Cable Connector
• The camera cable has no dedicated orientation: the connector on either end can be connected to
either the processor or the camera head.
Be sure to verify if the camera cable has been correctly and firmly inserted. If the camera cable
is disconnected for any reason while the camera is active, an error will result.
Be sure to shut down the Main Unit before connecting or disconnecting the camera head. If the
camera head is connected or disconnected while the system is powered, an error will result.
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Chapter 2. Functions
2.1. Selecting Frame Rate
2.2. Selecting Resolution
2.3. Selecting Shutter Speed
2.4. Selecting Trigger Mode
2.5. LOW LIGHT Mode
2.6. VARIABLE Setting
2.7. White Balance Adjustment (Color Model Only)
2.8. Color Enhancement Function (Color Model Only)
2.9. Look-Up Table (LUT) Operations
2.10. Edge Enhancement Function
2.11. Partition Memory & Record
2.12. Event Marker Function
2.13. Direct Trigger / Direct Start Mode
2.14. Fan Control
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2.1. Selecting Frame Rate
Images can be recorded with the system from 50 fps to 4,800 fps using the full 1,280x1,024 pixel
resolution of the image sensor. For frame rates higher than 4,800 fps, high-speed recording is
achieved by limiting the read area of the image sensor.
• Please refer to “3.3 Setting and Registering the Frame Rate/Resolution” of “Photron FASTCAM
Viewer User’s Manual” for the details of the setup.
• Even if a limited horizontal resolution is applied, Frame Rate cannot be increased. This
specification is different from other systems. Please refer to “3.1.3. Frame Rate and Resolution”
page 30 for available frame rate.
• Export-controlled model type 200K is subject to certain restriction on the frame rate.
2.2. Selecting Resolution
The maximum resolution of the image sensor is 1,280 x 1,024: total 1,310,720 pixels. By reducing
the resolution, images can be taken with even faster frame rates, or the recording duration can be
extended accordingly.
• Please refer to “3.3 Setting and Registering the Frame Rate/Resolution” of “Photron FASTCAM
Viewer User’s Manual” for the details of the setup.
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2.3. Selecting Shutter Speed
The shutter speed (Exposure time) is independent of the frame rate, and it is possible to control
the exposure time in the frame using the electric shutter. By making an exposure that is of a shorter
period than the frame rate, high-speed objects can be photographed blur-free.
The shortest setting value of shutter speed is 1/949,668 sec (1.053 usec).
• Please refer to “3.4 Setting the Shutter Speed” of “Photron FASTCAM Viewer User’s Manual” for
the details of the setup.
• A minimum exposure time depends on a set up frame rate.
Frame Rate
50fps
60fps ~ 200,000fps
240,000fps
250,000fps
300,000fps
~
600,000fps
625,000fps
750,000fps
Limitation
1/60 ~ 1/312,500 sec (3.20 usec) are selectable
1/frame ~ 1/312,500 sec (3.20 usec) are selectable
1/frame sec (4.17usec) is only available
1/frame sec (4.00 usec) is only available
1/frame ~ 1/750,000 sec (1.33 usec) are selectable
1/frame sec (1.60 usec) is only available
1/frame sec (1.33 usec) is only available
• Export-controlled model type 200K is subject to certain restriction on the shutter speed.
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2.4. Selecting Trigger Mode
In order to reliably capture high-speed phenomena, many kinds of trigger modes have been made
available. These trigger modes are explained next.
There are eight types of trigger modes which are listed below.
START
CENTER
END
MANUAL
RANDOM
RANDOM RESET
RANDOM CENTER
RANDOM MANUAL
• Please refer to “3.5 Setting the Trigger Mode” of “Photron FASTCAM Viewer User’s Manual” for the
details of the setup.
2.4.1.
START Mode
START mode is a trigger mode where recording starts the instant the trigger is input, the scene is
recorded until the memory is full, and then recording ends. This mode is suitable for taking images of
high-speed phenomena when what will happen, and when it happens, is known in advance.
For example, in a situation with a maximum useable memory of two seconds of recording, two
seconds of high-speed video is saved immediately after the trigger is input.
2.4.2.
CENTER Mode
CENTER mode is a trigger mode where an equal amount of content recorded before and after the
trigger is input is saved to memory. This mode is suitable for viewing before and after an important
instant. For example, in a situation with a maximum useable memory for two seconds of recording,
one second before and one second after the trigger was input is recorded for a total of two seconds
of high-speed video.
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2.4.3.
END Mode
END mode is a trigger mode where the content recorded immediately before the trigger is input is
saved to memory. This mode is suitable for recording a high-speed phenomenon where it is hard to
predict when the important action will start and stop. For example, in a situation with a maximum
useable memory for two seconds of recording, the two seconds of high-speed video immediately
before when the trigger was input are saved.
2.4.4.
MANUAL Mode
MANUAL mode is a trigger mode, similar to CENTER mode, where the content recorded before
and after the trigger is input is saved to memory, but the proportion of time before and after the
trigger can be set as required. For example, in a situation with a maximum record time of two
seconds, 0.5 seconds before and 1.5 seconds after the trigger is input are recorded and saved, a
total of two seconds of high-speed video.
2.4.5.
RANDOM Mode
RANDOM mode is a trigger mode where each time a trigger is input only a predetermined
number of frames are saved to memory. For example, this function is convenient for a subject which
is an irregular and repeated phenomenon which can have a trigger output produced for each cycle
or occurrence. The number of frames recorded each time the trigger is input can be set as desired,
in one frame increments, from one frame to the maximum of all the recordable frames available.
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2.4.6.
RANDOM RESET Mode
RANDOM RESET mode is explained here by comparing its operation with the normal mode.
RANDOM RESET mode is a mode to improve the temporal accuracy of the record start timing and
the timing of the trigger input, where, to put it simply, with the input of the trigger signal, at the timing
that it is input, the camera’s record timing is reset.
When the camera is set to the normal RANDOM mode (the same as START mode) and RANDOM
RESET mode, the difference in the recording operation for the trigger input is shown graphically.
In the normal RANDOM mode and START mode, the camera starts recording when the trigger is
input, but the internal record timing signal is independent and it operates regardless of when the
trigger is input. For this reason, there may be situations where the start time of the first frame when
the trigger is input is advanced almost a full frame. The range of this overlap also cannot be known.
On the other hand, in RANDOM RESET mode, the camera’s internal record timing signal is reset
by the trigger input and operates anew. For this reason, the trigger input time and the timing of the
start of the first frame are the same. The interval from when the trigger is input until the exposure
begins is approximately 1.75usec at slower than 256,000fps, 0.74usec at faster than 256,001fps.
• When continuously shooting in Random Reset mode, DO NOT use an interval longer than 1-frame
length (ex. 1/1000 sec interval in 1000 fps operation).
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2.4.7.
RANDOM CENTER Mode
RANDOM CENTER mode is a trigger mode, similar to RANDOM mode, where each time a
trigger is input only a predetermined number of frames are saved to memory. The difference
between this mode and RANDOM mode is that in RANDOM mode the number of specified frames
are recorded directly after the trigger signal, whereas in RANDOM CENTER mode, at the timing of
the trigger signal, the frames before and after the trigger remain in the recording memory. For
example, this function is convenient for a subject which is an irregular and repeated phenomenon
which can have a trigger output produced for each cycle or occurrence, and you want to check the
action before and after the trigger timing.
The number of frames recorded each time the trigger is
input can be set as desired, in one frame increments, from one frame to the maximum of all the
recordable frames available.
Setting the RANDOM CENTER mode frame count
Setting the frame count in RANDOM CENTER mode is the same as setting the frame count for RANDOM
mode.
Setting the RANDOM CENTER mode record count
The number of trigger inputs that can be accepted in RANDOM CENTER mode is a maximum of 10. Set the
number of trigger inputs in advance, and the recording operation can be ended when that amount of trigger
inputs is finished.
• For how to setup of RANDOM Mode, refer to “2.4.5.RANDOM Mode” page 15.
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2.4.8.
RANDOM MANUAL Mode
RANDOM MANUAL mode is a trigger mode, similar to RANDOM mode, where each time a
trigger is input only a predetermined number of frames are saved to memory. The difference
between this mode and RANDOM mode is that in RANDOM mode the number of specified frames
are recorded directly after the trigger input, whereas in RANDOM MANUAL mode, at the timing of
the trigger input, the frames before and after the trigger, each specified as desired, remain in the
recording memory. For example, this function is convenient for a subject which is an irregular and
repeated phenomenon which can have a trigger output produced for each cycle or occurrence, and
you want to check the action before and after the trigger timing. The number of frames recorded
each time the trigger is input can be set as desired, in one frame increments, from one frame to the
maximum of all the recordable frames available.
Setting the RANDOM MANUAL mode record count
Setting the record count in RANDOM MANUAL mode is the same as setting the record count for RANDOM
CENTER mode.
Setting the RANDOM MANUAL mode frame count
To use RANDOM MANUAL mode, the proportion of frames to record before and after the trigger must be set in
advance before recording.
• For how to setup of RANDOM Mode, refer to “2.4.5.RANDOM Mode” page 15.
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2.5. LOW LIGHT Mode
The more you increase the frame rate or shutter speed of the camera, the more the amount of light
entering the camera decreases, making the displayed image darker. Low light mode is a function that
temporarily increases the exposure time, making the displayed image easier to see to enable you to
focus and setup the camera.
The default shutter speed of this product is 1/50 second.
• Please refer to “3.6 Using Low Light Mode” of “Photron FASTCAM Viewer User’s Manual” for the
details of the setup.
2.6. VARIABLE Setting
In the recording conditions settings, the frame rate and resolution can be set to the desired value
following the conditions listed below.

FRAMERATE can be set from 54 frame rates between 50 fps and 750,000 fps.

The size and horizontal position of the resolution can be set in 128 (horizontal) and 8(vertical)
increments.

The minimum resolution is 640 (horizontal) x 8(vertical)

The resolution is limited as of 128 (horizontal) and 8(vertical) at 300,000fps or above.
• Please refer to “3.3 Setting and Registering the Frame Rate/Resolution” of “Photron FASTCAM
Viewer User’s Manual” for the details of the setup.
• The area cannot be moved to the vertical direction at the variable setting of the system.
• Export-controlled model type 200K is subject to certain restriction on the frame rate and the shutter
speed.
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Chapter 2 Functions
2.7. White Balance Adjustment (Color Model Only)
On digital video cameras, photographing white as pure white is described as "having the
appropriate white balance." On the system's color models as well, in order to take images with the
correct color representation, the white balance must be adjusted for the color temperature of the light
source used. The intensity of each color, R, G, and B, can be adjusted on this system. By adjusting
the balance of those three colors to match the light source used, the appropriate white balance can
be achieved.
Two methods are available for adjusting the white balance, preset and user-editable white balance.
These methods are explained in this section.
2.7.1.
Using Preset White Balance (Color Model Only)
With the system, there are two types of white balance presets (5100K, 3100K) for use with
common light sources. The suggested color temperature for these presets is listed below.

5100K (Daylight, Outdoors)

3100K (Halogen Light Source)
2.7.2.
Using User White Balance (Color Model Only)
User white balance can be set in order to achieve the most appropriate white balance for the light
source used with the system and the conditions during recording.
The values set here are stored in the Main Unit's internal memory as the user preset, and they can
be loaded by selecting USER.
There are also two methods for setting user white balance, AUTO USER and EDIT USER.
• Please refer to “3.8 Other Settings” of “Photron FASTCAM Viewer User’s Manual” for the details of
the setup.
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2.8. Color Enhancement Function (Color Model Only)
Color models feature an image color enhancement setting. The image color enhancement level
can be adjusted in five steps, including the OFF setting.
Menu Display
OFF
x0.5 (LEVEL1)
x1
(LEVEL2)
x1.5 (LEVEL3)
x2
(LEVEL4)
Contents
Turns the color enhancement mode off
Sets x0.5 color enhancement
Sets x1 (default) color enhancement
Sets x1.5 color enhancement
Sets x2 color enhancement
• Please refer to “3.8 Other Settings” of “Photron FASTCAM Viewer User’s Manual” for the details of
the setup.
2.9. Look-Up Table (LUT) Operations
The LUT (Look-Up Table) refers to a reference table that defines the relationship between the pixel
brightness gradation of the original image data taken and the brightness gradation displayed on a
computer screen or video monitor.
The system contains a hardware LUT function, and you can display the image data taken with
improved contrast (light and dark sharpness) or make an object in the image stand out by
emphasizing a specified gray level range.
The LUT in the system and the relationship between it and video output and the PC software is
explained below.
• When an image is saved with its brightness converted with the LUT, the image saved is the image
that has had its brightness converted.
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D1: Gain 1x
The input is always linear output. This LUT is used for normal conditions.
D2: Gamma 0.6
This LUT is 0.6.gamma correction
D3: Gamma 0.45
This LUT is 0.45 gamma correction.
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D4: Gain 2x
The gain is doubled and you can display the dark areas of the image emphasized.
D5: Gain 4x
The gain is doubled and you can display the dark areas of the image emphasized. This LUT emphasizes the
dark portions even more than D4.
D6: Reverse Gradation
The input gradation is reversed and then displayed.
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2.9.1.
Using a Custom LUT
Creating a LUT pattern is done with PFV.
• For the creation method of a LUT pattern, refer to “Photron FASTCAM Viewer User's Manual”.
2.10.
Edge Enhancement Function
With the system's edge enhancement setting, you can enhance the edges in the recorded image
in four steps, including the OFF setting.
Menu Display
OFF
LEVEL1
LEVEL2
LEVEL3
Contents
Edge enhancement off.
Edge enhancement set to weak.
Edge enhancement set to medium.
Edge enhancement set to strong.
• Please refer to “3.8 Other Settings” of “Photron FASTCAM Viewer User’s Manual” for the details of
the setup.
2.11.
Partition Memory & Record
The system contains internally 8 GB standard, or a maximum of 32 GB, of high-capacity memory
for recording use.
This recording memory can be partitioned and assigned to each recording. Memory is partitioned
into equal sizes and a maximum of 64 partitions can be set. The partitioned sections are managed
by ID numbers.
Each section can be set with completely independent recording conditions, so this feature is
convenient when taking consecutive recordings with changed conditions.
• Please refer to “3.8 Other Settings” of “Photron FASTCAM Viewer User’s Manual” for the details of
the setup.
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2.12.
Event Marker Function
With the system, it is possible to input an external signal during recording, at the instant the frame
number is stored, and during playback you can immediately access, or jump to, the stored frame
numbers (event markers). This a separate feature from the trigger point, by marking interesting
points during recording, these points can be easily called up for review during playback. The event
marker can store ten positions within a sequence.
The frame number recording occurs on the pulse's edge, and the next frame after the pulse's edge
is input is stored as the event marker. Event marker settings can be made with the "Remote controller
(optional)" or PFV.
2.13.
Direct Trigger / Direct Start Mode
The system recording operation responding to an input trigger signal can be configured according
to varies of customer’s needs.
DIRECT TRIGGER Mode (This mode is NOT supported on PFV software trigger)
START TRIGGER Mode
Recording starts immediately upon the second trigger input.
CENTER, END, MANUAL TRIGGER Mode
Once the trigger signal is input, the camera will be shifted to endless recording state.
DIRECT START Mode
START TRIGGER Mode
The same operation as when the direct trigger mode is off.
CENTER, END, and MANUAL TRIGGER Modes
Once the trigger signal is input, the camera is shifted to endless recording state. In this
circumstance, either the “RECORD” button of PFV software or the GENERAL IN
Connector under ReadyPos state, furthermore the “RECORD” button of LCD Remote
Controller can trigger a record signal to the camera.
• For details of how to set the camera to DIRECT START Mode, refer to “Remote Controller User’s
Manual” or “Photron FASTCAM Viewer User’s Manual”.
• For details of GENERL IN signal settings, refer to “4.4.1. GENERAL IN Signal Setting” of
“FASTCAM Multi Hardware Manual”.
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2.14.
Fan Control
This camera head has a cooling fan inside. The fan can be stopped. And the functional condition is
limited as within a safe temperature.
The fan is operated forcibly when a camera is heated up. And this function is disabled until the
internal camera head temperature falls down to under a threshold.
• Please refer to “3.8 Other Settings” of “Photron FASTCAM Viewer User’s Manual” for the details of
the setup.
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Chapter 3. Specifications
3.1. Specifications
3.2. Dimensions
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FASTCAM Multi Camera Head HS-01
Chapter 3
Specifications
3.1. Specifications
3.1.1.
Product Specifications
Image Sensor
CMOS image sensor
Sensor Resolution
1,280 x 1,024 pixels
Frame Rate
When full frame: 4,800fps max.
When a frame segment: 750,000fps max.
Lens Mount
G type F mount, C mount, Micro Four Thirds mount (Option)
Recording Bit Depth
Monochrome
12bit
Color
RGB, each 12bit (Bayer color filter method)
Shutter Method
Electronic shutter
Recording Method
IC memory
Trigger Mode
START, CENTER, END, MANUAL, RANDOM
RANDOM RESET, RANDOM CENTER, RANDOM MANUAL
Gain Control
Hardware LUT on camera
Controllable via software
Digital Interface
Exclusive multi optical interface
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3.1.2.
General Specifications
Environment Conditions
Storage Temperature
Storage Humidity
Operating Temperature
-20°C ~ 60°C (No Condensation)
-4ºF ~ 140ºF (No Condensation)
85% or less (No Condensation)
0 ~ 45°C (No Condensation)
32ºF ~ 113ºF (No Condensation)
Operating Humidity
85% or less (No Condensation)
Pollution degree
Degree 2 according to IEC60664-1
Overvoltage category
Category II according to IEC60664-1
Maximum use altitude
2,000m or lower
External Dimensions
Camera Body
70(H) x 69 (W) x 151.4 (D) mm, excluding protrusion
2.8”(H) x 2.7”(W) x6.0”(D)
DC Power Supply
Power Voltage
28V
Power Consumption
25VA
Power Consumption
(with LED Light Option)
37VA
Weight
Camera Body
0.98kg, 2,16lb
Photron has verified two types of AC cables, type A (standard for Japan, USA, Canada, etc.)
and type SE (standard for Germany, France, etc.). However, when those cables cannot properly
receive power when plugged in, use the proper AC cable for the region's standards and verify
that AC cable works properly.
For inquires regarding the recommended AC cable for each region, contact that region's
Photron branch office or the distributor.
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3.1.3.
Frame Rate and Resolution
1,280x1,024 ~ 1,280x144
Resolution
1,280
×
1,024
1,280
×
1,000
1,280
×
960
1,280
×
824
1,280
×
720
1,280
×
656
1,280
×
616
1,280
×
488
1,280
×
384
1,280
×
296
1,280
×
232
1,280
×
176
1,280
×
144
50
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
60
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
125
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
250
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
500
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
1,000
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
2,000
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
3,000
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
4,000
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
4,800
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
Frame
Rate (fps)
5,000
6,000
7,500
8,000
10,000
12,500
16,000
20,000
25,000
30,000
40,000
50,000
60,000
75,000
80,000
100,000
125,000
200,000
300,000
400,000
500,000
600,000
750,000
The ✓ mark indicates a possible setting. The green items are the maximum resolution setting at that frame
rate.
This table is the list of default settings. Even finer settings are possible with the variable setting.
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1,280x96 ~ 1,280x16
Resolution
1,280
×
104
1,280
×
72
1,280
×
56
1,280
×
48
1,280
×
40
1,280
×
32
1,280
×
16
50
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
60
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
125
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
250
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
500
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
1,000
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
2,000
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
3,000
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
4,000
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
4,800
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
5,000
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
6,000
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
7,500
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
8,000
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
10,000
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
12,500
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
16,000
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
20,000
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
25,000
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
30,000
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
40,000
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
75,000
✓
✓
✓
✓
80,000
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
Frame
Rate (fps)
50,000
60,000
100,000
125,000
200,000
300,000
400,000
500,000
600,000
750,000
The ✓ mark indicates a possible setting. The green items are the maximum resolution setting at that frame
rate.
This table is the list of default settings. Even finer settings are possible with the variable setting.
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1,024 x 768 ~ 640 x 8
Resolution
1,024
×
768
1,024
×
576
896
×
672
896
×
504
768
×
576
768
×
432
640
×
480
640
×
360
640
×
8
50
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
60
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
125
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
250
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
500
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
1,000
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
2,000
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
3,000
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
4,000
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
4,800
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
5,000
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
6,000
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
Frame
Rate (fps)
7,500
8,000
10,000
12,500
16,000
✓
20,000
✓
25,000
✓
30,000
✓
40,000
✓
50,000
✓
60,000
✓
75,000
✓
80,000
✓
100,000
✓
125,000
✓
200,000
✓
300,000
✓
400,000
✓
500,000
✓
600,000
✓
750,000
✓
The circle indicates a possible setting. The green items are the maximum resolution setting at that frame rate.
This table is the list of default settings. Even finer settings are possible with the variable setting.
Type 200K model cannot be set 300,000fps and faster frame rate.
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3.1.4.
Shutter Speed List
Shutter Speed
50
60
125
250
500
750
1,000
1,500
1,600
2,000
2,000
2,400
2,500
3,000
3,200
4,000
4,800
5,000
6,000
7,500
8,000
9,600
10,000
12,000
12,500
16,000
20,000
25,000
30,000
37,500
40,000
48,000
50,000
60,000
62,500
75,000
80,000
100,000
120,000
125,000
150,000
187,500
200,000
240,000
250,000
300,000
312,500
375,000
400,000
500,000
600,000
625,000
750,000
The unit in the chart is 1/x sec,
• At a frame rate 50 ~ 200,000fps, a shutter speed of 1/frame sec or lower in the green area in the
above table can be selected.
• At a frame rate 240,000fps, 250,000fps, 625,000fps and 750,000fps, a shutter speed of 1/frame sec
is only available.
• At a frame rate 300,000 ~ 600,000fps, every 1/frame sec or lower shutter speed can be selected.
• For the type 200K, a shutter speed 1/375,000 sec or lower cannot be selected.
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3.1.5.
Recordable Image Count/Resolution
1,280x1,024
8G Type
Rec. Frames
4,363
16G Type
Rec. Frames
8,733
32G Type
Rec. Frames
17,471
1,280x1,000
4,467
8,942
17,890
1,280x960
4,654
9,315
18,636
1,280x824
5,422
10,853
21,712
1,280x720
6,206
12,420
24,848
1,280x656
6,811
13,632
27,272
1,280x616
7,254
14,518
29,043
1,280x488
9,157
18,326
36,662
1,280x384
11,683
23,290
46,591
1,280x296
15,098
30,214
60,443
1,280x232
19,264
38,549
77,117
1,280x176
25,394
50,815
101,655
1,280x144
31,038
62,108
124,246
1,280x104
42,977
85,996
172,033
1,280x72
62,078
124,217
248,493
1,280x56
79,816
159,708
319,491
1,280x48
93,119
186,327
372,740
1,280x40
111,743
223,592
447,289
1,280x32
139,680
279,491
559,111
1,280x16
279,362
558,983
1,118,224
1,024x768
7,273
14,555
29,119
1,024x576
9,698
19,408
38,826
896x672
9,500
19,012
38,033
896x504
12,667
25,349
50,712
768x576
12,931
25,877
51,768
768x432
17,242
34,504
69,025
640x480
18,622
37,264
74,547
640x360
24,830
49,686
99,396
640x8
1,117,455
2,235,937
4,472,899
Resolution
* Recordable Time = Recordable Frames x 1/frame rate (fps)
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3.1.6.
Recordable Time/Resolution
1,280x1,024
MAX
Frame Rate
4,800
8G Type
Rec. Time
0.91
16G Type
Rec. Time
2.18
32G Type
Rec. Time
4.37
1,280x1,000
5,000
0.89
1.79
3.58
1,280x960
5,000
0.93
1.86
3.73
1,280x824
6,000
0.90
1.81
3.62
1,280x720
6,000
1.03
2.07
4.14
1,280x656
7,500
0.91
1.82
3.64
1,280x616
8,000
0.91
1.81
3.63
1,280x488
10,000
0.92
1.83
3.67
1,280x384
12,500
0.93
1.86
3.73
1,280x296
16,000
0.94
1.89
3.78
1,280x232
20,000
0.96
1.93
3.86
1,280x176
25,000
1.02
2.03
4.07
1,280x144
30,000
1.03
2.07
4.14
1,280x104
40,000
1.07
2.15
4.30
1,280x72
50,000
1.24
2.48
4.97
1,280x56
60,000
1.33
2.66
5.32
1,280x48
80,000
1.16
2.33
4.66
1,280x40
100,000
1.12
2.24
4.47
1,280x32
125,000
1.12
2.24
4.47
1,280x16
200,000
1.40
2.79
5.59
1,024x768
6,000
1.21
2.43
4.85
1,024x576
7,500
1.29
2.59
5.18
896x672
6,000
1.58
3.17
6.34
896x504
8,000
1.58
3.17
6.34
768x576
7,500
1.72
3.45
6.90
768x432
10,000
1.72
3.45
6.90
640x480
10,000
1.86
3.73
7.45
640x360
12,500
1.99
3.97
7.95
640x8
750,000
1.49
2.98
5.96
Resolution
The unit in the chart is sec
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3.2. Dimensions
3.2.1.
Camera Body
FASTCAM Multi Camera Head HS-01 (G type F mount)
(mm)
190.4
9.1
69
150.8
39
35.9
45
0.5
(0.5)
77.80
47.80
28
17.8
6-M3 DEPTH4
※Caution
If installing a longer screw than the specified
depth (in mm), its screw hole or the camera
may be damaged.
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69.9
39.3
35.5
38.8
FASTCAM Multi Camera Head HS-01 (G type F mount) with Tripod Adapter
(mm)
190.4
150.9
69
9.1
38.8
35.9
12
45
39.3
69.9
35.5
39
0.5
32.8
60
92.8
4-M4 DEPTH6
48
28
(0.5) 17.8
38.8
45.8
59.8
74.8
86.8
6-M3 DEPTH4
3/8-16UNC DEPTH6
1/4-20UNC DEPTH6
φ4.5 DEPTH5.5
※Caution
If installing a longer screw than the specified
depth (in mm), its screw hole or the camera
may be damaged.
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Chapter 3
Specifications
FASTCAM Multi Camera Head HS-01 (C mount)
(mm)
161.3
9.1
69
150.8
0.5
(0.5)
77.80
47.80
28
17.8
6-M3 DEPTH4
※Caution
If installing a longer screw than the specified
depth (in mm), its screw hole or the camera
may be damaged.
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69.9
39.3
10
3.2.2.
Clearance for Camera Cable Connection
Minimum 275
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FASTCAM Multi Camera Head HS-01
Chapter 3
Specifications
40
Chapter 4. Warranty
4.1. About the Warranty
41
FASTCAM Multi Camera Head HS-01
Chapter 4
Warranty
4.1. About the Warranty
This system has been shipped having undergone rigorous testing. However, in the unlikely event
that it malfunctions due to a manufacturing defect, it will be repaired, at no charge, within the
warranty period.
Warranty Exceptions
The following exceptions will result in fee-based repair, even within the warranty period.
1.
Damage or malfunction as a result of fire, earthquake, water damage, lightning, other natural
disasters, pollution, or the effects of abnormal voltage.
2.
Damage or malfunction as a result of dropping or mishandling during shipment or when
moving after purchase or misuse.
3.
Consumable goods (cables)
4.
When repair, adjustment, or alternation done by an entity other than Photron service has
been performed on the system, or damage or malfunction that is determined to be attributed
to a fault in the use the product.
For inquires related to malfunction, contact the dealer where the product was purchased, or the
nearest Photron office.
Reference
• For inquires related to our product, refer to “5.1. Contact Information” page 44.
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Chapter 5. Contacting Photron
5.1. Contact Information
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FASTCAM Multi Camera Head HS-01
Chapter 5 Contacting Photron
5.1. Contact Information
For inquires related to FASTCAM Multi Camera Head HS-01, contact Photron at the contact
information listed below.
Additionally, the following items will be verified when inquiring, so please prepare them in advance.
Items Verified
Concrete Example
Contact Information
Company, school or organization name,
Customer contact name,
Contact phone number,
Contact e-mail address.
Product Name
FASTCAM Multi Camera Head HS-01
Serial Number
Check on the nameplate seal.
Condition of the system and what is known about it.
Contact Information
PHOTRON USA, INC.
In Americas
and Antipodes
9520 Padgett Street, Suite 110, San Diego, CA 92126-4426, USA
Phone : 800-585-2129 or 858-684-3555
Fax : 858-684-3558
E-mail : image@photron.com / www.photron.com
PHOTRON EUROPE LIMITED
The Barn, Bottom Road, West Wycombe, Buckinghamshire,
In Europe,
Africa and India
HP14 4BS, U.K.
Phone : +44(0) 1494 48 1011
Fax : +44(0) 1494 48 7011
E-mail : image@photron.com / www.photron.com
PHOTRON (SHANGHAI) LIMITED.
Room 20C Zhao-Feng World Trade Building, No. 369 Jiangsu Road,
In China
ChangNing District, Shanghai 200050 China
Phone : 021-5268-3700
Fax : 021-5268-3702
E-mail : info@photron.cn.com / www.photron.cn.com
PHOTRON LIMITED
21F, Jimbocho Mitsui Bldg.,
1-105 Kanda Jimbocho, Chiyoda-Ku, Tokyo 101-0051
In other areas
Phone : +81 3 3518 6271
Fax : +81 3 3518 6279
E-mail : image@photron.co.jp
www.photron.co.jp
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FASTCAM Multi
Camera Head HS-01
Hardware Manual
Revision 1.01E
Publication Date
June, 2015
Publisher
PHOTRON LIMITED
21F, Jimbocho Mitsui Bldg.,
1-105 Kanda Jimbocho, Chiyoda-Ku, Tokyo 101-0051
© 201 5.P H O TR ON LI MI TE D , Al l r ights res er ved . P rin ted in Ja pan.
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