Chronos 2.1-HD High Speed Camera - Pre Order
This is a pre order for the Chronos 2.1-HD. The expected ship date is August 2020 but is subject to change. You can obtain a full refund on your order at any time before shipment should you no longer want a camera, simply email firstname.lastname@example.org to proceed. If you require a quote, submit an online request here.
NOTE: The camera doesn't come with lenses at the moment. Our team is still testing lenses that will be offered on our store soon.
Chronos 2.1-HD features:
- 2.1Gpx/s, Full HD 1920x1080 image sensor captures 1 000 fps, and up to 24 046 fps at lower resolution. Available in color and monochrome.
- 8GB, 16GB and 32GB memory options for 2.5, 5.5 and 11 second record time respectively.
- High sensitivity base ISO of 500 (Color) and 1000 (Monochrome) enables shooting with modest lighting.
- Completely standalone, untethered operation with 1hr internal battery. Runs indefinitely on AC adapter.
- Many lenses supported: Nikon F, Canon EF and C mounts available as field-swappable options.
- Focus peaking highlights sharp edges for quick and perfect focus. Zebra lines help you set correct exposure.
- See full specifications in the Chronos 2.1-HD Datasheet
- Chronos 2.1-HD camera
- Power supply (19V 40W, universal input)
- Power cord (with location-appropriate plug)
- CS to C mount lens adapter
- Nikon F to C OR Canon EF/EF-S to C FotodioX lens adapter (to be decided at the moment of purchase)
- User Manual
- 32GB SD Card for saving videos
Note: Performances of the camera under poor lighting conditions
Our team has noticed two issues can be seen under poor lighting and specific gains:
1) Vertical banding in a semi ellipse shape on the left and right edges of the frames at gains of 6 and 12dB (see image by clicking here).
2) Moving vertical banding more apparent at high gain (see demo video at https://youtu.be/
The imperfections above will be resolved through a free upcoming software update. We are also exploring the possibilities of using a script to mitigate those issues. A great way to mitigate those issues for the time being is to operate at 0dB of gain and light the scene enough. We highly recommend using high quality LED lights such as Godox or similar brands because of their great performances at high speed and their reasonable price. Existing video editing software such as DaVinci Resolve and Adobe Premiere also offer interesting denoise features to improve the quality of your slow motion videos substantially.