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IO Industries Victorem

Victorem CoaXPress & SDI cameras are designed for a wide variety of applications incorporating high-performance digital imaging.

  • C-mount or optional Active EF-mount
  • Ranging from 1/1.8″ to 1.1″ format
  • Global shutter CMOS sensors
  • VGA-20MP offering up to 523 fps
  • Near-IR option

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IO Industries Victorem series consists of CoaXPress and SDI camera models. Both offer a wide variety of resolutions in a compact form factor. 

Victorem CoaXPress cameras are designed for a wide variety of applications incorporating high-performance digital imaging, needing:

  • Flexible frame rates (ie 1, 100, or 1000 fps)
  • Adjustable resolutions (user-defined HR and VR)
  • Asynchronous triggering for event-driven imaging
  • High image quality and global shutter sensors

Victorem SDI cameras are designed for modern live broadcasting and production environments, they also suit applications in test range instrumentation, unmanned aerial platforms and deep-sea remote viewing.

  •  2K/HD and 4K/UHD/2K/HD models
  • High Dynamic Range CMOS sensors
  • Sony IMX/Exmoor and GPixel sensors
  • Multiple 3G/HD-SDI output formats (SMTPE 292/425M)
  • Tri-Level Sync input for multi-camera synchronization

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