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  • SC2X high speed camera 2,252 frames/sec at 1080P resolution
  • SC2+ high speed camera 5,134 frames/sec at 720P resolution
  • SC2 high speed camera 3,350 frames/sec at 720P resolution
  • SC1 high speed camera 882 frames/sec at 720P resolution

The frame rates quoted above are using overclock C, which produces videos comparable to those taken with overclock set to off.

EDGERTRONIC CAMERA COMPARISON

The following table compares the features of the edgertronic cameras. 

  SC1   sc1-web-site-picture-600-800 SC2    sc2-website-600x800 SC2+  sc2-website-600x800 SC2X   sc2x-web-site-picture-600-800
Color / Monochrome Both (Build option) Both (Build option) Both (Build option) Color 
Lens mount ring color Black Red Red Gold
Video memory 8 GB or 16 GB 8 GB 16 GB  16 GB
Exposure 1/10 to 1/250,000 sec 1/30 to 1/800,000 sec 1/30 to 1/800,000 sec  1/30 to 1/800,000 sec
ISO range [1] Color – 1,600 to 25,600
Mono – 6,400 to 102,400
Color – 1,600 to 25,600
Mono – 6,400 to 102,400
Color – 1,600 to 25,600
Mono – 6,400 to 10,2400
 Color – 1,200 to 19,200
Supported resolutions 192 x 96 to
1280 x 1024
256 x 96 to
1280 x 864
256 x 96 to
1280 x 864
256 x 96 to
1920 x 1088
Maximum Frame Rate @ Minimum Resolution 17,791 fps @ 192 x 96
22,336 fps @ 192 x 96[2]
23,452 fps @ 1280 x 96 31,191 fps @ 1280 x 96
35,939 fps @ 1280 x 96[2]
20,132 fps @ 1920 x 96
23,737 fps @ 1920 x 96[2]
Maximum Frame Rate @ Maximum Resolution 494 fps @ 1280 x 1024
621 fps @ 1280 x 1024[2]
2,797 fps @ 1280 x 864 3,720 fps @ 1280 x 864
4,286 fps @ 1280 x 864[2]
1,910 fps @ 1920 x 1088
2,252 fps @ 1920 x 1088[2]
Maximum Frame Rate @ 1280 x 720 701 fps
882 fps[2]
3,350 fps 4,456 fps
4,456 fps<br>5,134 fps[2]
2,940 fps[3]
3,467 fps[2][3]
Maximum Frame Rate @ 1280 x 128 3,855 fps
4,846 fps[2]
17,934 fps 23,852 fps
23,852 fps<br>27,483 fps[2]
15,395 fps
18,152 fps[2][3]
Maximum Frame Rate @ 640 x 480 1,849 fps
2,324 fps[2]
4,998 fps 6,647 fps
7,659 fps[2]
4,290 fps[3]
5,059 fps[2][3]
Maximum Frame Rate @ 320 x 240 5,712 fps
7,181 fps[2]
10,513 fps 13,982 fps
15,071 fps[2]
9,024 fps[2]
10,641 fps[2][3]
IR Blocking Filter [4] Optional
Optional
Optional
Always installed
Enhanced dynamic range 5 settings No No  No
Subsampling Yes No No  No
Overclock 5 settings
0% to around 40%
No 5 settings
0% to around 20%
 5 settings
0% to around 20%
CMOS sensor active area 17.92 x 14.34 mm 17.53 x 11.83 mm 17.53 x 11.83 mm  19.20 mm x 10.88 mm

[1] Measured per ISO 12232.2006 REI Daylight. Software versions 2.2.0 and earlier may display lower, incorrect ISO values.

[2] Overclock C

[3] SC2X the horizontal resolution is always 1920 pixels.

[4] IR Blocking Filter may be deleted on Monochrome cameras as an extra cost, NCNR factory build option

PRODUCT FAMILY FEATURES

  • Global Shutter technology allows crisp exposures without rolling shutter jello effect
  • Automatic Dark Frame Calibration Shutter - no need to put on a lens cap to calibrate
  • Stores captured videos in H.264 format on a removable SD card
  • Web-browser based control panel with a unified user interface across entire edgertronic product line
  • Video overlay support for frame number, text, and graphic logo
  • Field upgradeable software/firmware
  • I/Os: 10/100 Ethernet, 2 USB ports, external trigger, multi-camera genlock
  • 12 VDC Power, 2.5/5.5mm locking connector 1.5A SC1, 2.5A SC2/SC2+/SC2X
  • Type III Hard Anodize Aluminum enclosure
  • Trigger button and 4 status LEDs
  • Accepts Nikon F-mount lenses (manual and D series)
  • Built in fan
  • Size: 111x108x79 mm exclusive of lens
  • Weight: ~862 gr exclusive of lens

INCLUDED ACCESSORIES:

  • Ethernet Cable
  • AC Power Adapter
  • Nikon 50mm F1.8 D Lens
  • Airline Grade Fitted Case
  • 12V Car Adapter
  • Wired Remote Trigger

HOW DOES THE EDGERTRONIC WORK? 

Engineered with a specialized CMOS image sensor, ultra high-speed electronics, memory, and image processing electronics in a compact form factor.

The camera runs a web server and connects to a computer/laptop or to a LAN over Ethernet. The user directs the Chrome web browser to the camera’s IP address and controls the camera via a user interface (UI) appearing on the web browser. The camera’s UI allows the user to set exposure, frame rate, preview composition, adjust focus, and finally trigger the camera to take a high-speed video.

While running, the edgertronic is constantly capturing frames of high-speed video into an internal buffer. For example, an 8 GB SC1 set to 720P, 700 fps can store up to 9.8 seconds of pre-trigger plus post-trigger video. When a trigger occurs, video before and/or after the trigger is captured and compressed into H.264 video and saved to a removable SD card.

Continuous capture into a this large buffer allows the user to trigger the edgertronic even after an event has occurred. Unpredictable events, like a lightning bolt, are captured with ease.

Once the video is saved, it can be downloaded to the computer, or replayed in the web browser. Alternately, you can remove the SD card and download the videos to their computer or laptop.

USER INTERFACE

High-speed videography has unique challenges in how frame rate, shutter speed, aperture, and resolution settings interact. We completely rethought the control interface to reduce complexity while allowing full creative override. You can specify as many or as few of the settings as you want, and the camera will fill in the remaining ones. This allows you to optimally concentrate on your creative process. 

Don't you just hate it when you buy a new product and it works differently? We do too. That's why the user interface and experience is identical across all edgertronic models. Have an SC1 and need higher performance? Whether you're upgrading to an SC2, SC2+ or SC2X, you already know how to use your new camera.

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Features and specifications subject to change without notice.

For additional information, please visit our wiki page: wiki.edgertronic.com