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Phantom T2410
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The Phantom T2410 features a high sensitivity Back Side Illuminated (BSI) sensor for shorter exposure times and faster frame rates. The Phantom T2410 excels in light-starved conditions. The Phantom T2410 delivers data throughput at 24 Gpx/sec and is particularly suited to applications like material research, industrial product testing, high-speed motion analysis and where the budget is limited. This compact, easy-to-use camera has the exact same imaging specifications as the T3610 but runs at a reduced frame rate and so is offered at a lower price.

The custom BSI sensor delivers fast exposures, and a native ISO of 40,000D mono and the ability to shoot in environments with limited supplemental light.

The Phantom T2410 provides a FAST option that reduces exposure times to 190 ns and eliminates motion blur for ultra fast-moving applications like ballistics research and spray dynamics.

The T2410 includes premium features to enable a variety of applications including:
Impact Testing
The Phantom T2410 empowers users with an extremely reliable solution for tasks related to impact and crash testing applications.
Shockwave Analysis
Due to the extremely high frame rates that the Phantom T2410 offers, the camera has the ability to capture moments that are invisible to the human eye.
Combustion applications often have unique difficulties that need to be overcome. Aside from being exceptionally fast events they often have lighting issues as they quickly fluctuate between being very dark and very bright. Phantom cameras have features that aid researchers in dealing with these issues.
Droplet Analysis / PIV
Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV) or droplet analysis, is a research method that allows scientists to observe the flow of air, water, and other invisible elements. Phantom cameras are equipped with high-resolution sensors to make particle tracking simple.
Ballistics research
With high light sensitivity to eliminate motion blur and incredibly high frame rates, it makes it perfectly suited to ballistics e.g. gunshot analysis or explosives etc.
Advanced Features provided in Phantom T2410

- EDR (Extreme Dynamic Range) provides flash mitigation for ballistic studies by dynamically adjusting exposure in saturated areas of the image.
- Programmable I/O to interface with DAQ systems and a variety of measurement sensors, which can be recorded and viewed as metadata in Cine files.
- Remote, standalone operation is achieved by using the on-camera controls, video monitor and CineMag.


Key Features
Workflow flexibility
- 10 Gb Ethernet (optional) allows for the fastest data download directly from the camera's RAM buffer, up to 256 GB.
- On-camera controls and an optional CineMag interface allows for complete standalone operation, eliminating the need for a computer. Offload later from the camera body or a dedicated CineStation IV
Ultra-high frame rates in a compact platform
- A custom Back Side Illuminated sensor drives the camera's speed and sensitivity optimising image performance for high-speed motion analysis
- Exposure times down to 190 ns with FAST option to eliminate motion blur for fast moving applications like ballistic research
- Premium I/O connectivity, compact housing
- Binned mode for frame rate boost at resolutions at 640 x 384 and below

Phantom T2410
Top FPS at max resolution
Maximum FPS/Max FPS with FAST option
24 Gpx/second
Maximum Resolution
1280 x 800, 640 x 384 binned
Bit Depth
Sensor Type
CMOS; Back Side Illuminated (BSI)
Sensor Size
28 mm Diagonal
Pixel size
18.5 µm, binned 37 µm
Electronic Shutter
Global Shutter
Gigabit Standard, 10 Gb Optional
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