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The CR600x2 is the Optronis slow-motion camera of CamRecrod series with the highest light sensitivity, at up to 12,000 ISO/ASA. Fast movements are reliably recorded with exposure times of as little as one (1) microsecond (1 millionth of a second). The camera takes 500 images per second at full resolution (1,280 x 1,024 pixels), although the resolution can be freely configured in the X and Y orientation. Lowering the resolution increases the image refresh rate or, if the image refresh rate is kept the same, extends the recording period. Typical applications are in the range from 50 to 10,000 images per second. The camera housing is free from ventilation slots.

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Resolution (H x V) Frames / second

1.280 x 1.024

502 fps

800 x 600

1.275 fps

640 x 480

1.865 fps

320 x 240

6.094 fps

160 x 120

15.808 fps

8 x 8

91.445 fps


Component / feature Value


1.280 x 1.024

Frame rate @ max. sensor res.

500 fps

Image sensor

Progressive Scan CMOS

Exposure time

1 µs - 1/Framerate

Active area

17.92 mm x 14.34 mm

Sensor diagonal dimension

22.95 mm

Pixel size

14 µm x 14 µm

A/D conversion

10 bit or 8 bit


60 dB (90 dB optical)


25 V/lux*s


Global electronic shutter, >1 µs exposure time

Trigger signal

TTL, switch, open collector, rising or falling edge, on image content variation


internal, external


Gigabit Ethernet

Video Output



12 VDC / 12 W

Lens Mount

Nikon F-Mount (optional C-Mount)


1.050 g

Operation Temperature

0°C ... 40°C


<80 % relative, non-condensed


145 mm x 95 mm x 78,5 mm



Scope of delivery

Camera CR600x2, 5m GigE cable, power supply, manual, trigger cable and TimeBench software for Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7

Works with standard lenses

Designed with a sturdy camera housing and no ventilation slots, the CamPerform series is ideally suited for industrial applications. What makes these cameras particularly user-friendly is the possibility of using standard lens attachments.

  • C-Mount
    For microscopy applications or for optimal adjustment of the image sensor to the ROI (Region of Interest). C-Mount lenses are particularly suitable for applications with high image refresh rates (frames per second) with a simultaneously wide aperture.
  • F-Mount
    With adjustable or mechanically adjustable aperture ring, Nikon-F lenses can be adjusted very easily to the object to be recorded.
  • EFS-Mount
    Canon mount with electronically adjustable aperture and focus
  • FMG-Mount
    For standard applications with lenses available in the photo trade with Nikon G-mount lens connectors. The aperture is adjusted using the ring located on the mount.

Ring memory

The CR600x2 is equipped with an 8 GB or 16 GB ring memory, depending on requirements. This doesn’t just fulfil a purely data storage function. The CamRecord is operated via a trigger; in other words, via a shutter release. After you have starting recording, the CamRecord stores the relevant image sequence even before you activate the trigger. The recording then continues for a set time, as ultimately you’re working with particularly fast processes. The sequence is backed up in the ring buffer, and that’s how the CamRecord takes account of response times entirely automatically.

Using the 16 GB memory, it can store the recording over a period of 26 seconds, at full resolution and speed. This option for checking more extended process flows is of particular benefit if it is difficult to assess the particular point at which a fault arises in the process. With 8 GB, the recording time is around 13 seconds.

Working anywhere

Whether it’s needed in the laboratory, at external sites or for crash tests, you can expect high performance every time, every place and everywhere from Optronis’ CamRecord. In fact, with its sturdy housing and no ventilation slots, it is best equipped for such conditions. That’s why your CamRecord is particularly well suited for use outside. Fixtures for attaching a tripod to various sides of the housing make these high-speed cameras even more versatile.
The large-format image sensor on the CR600x2, with 14 µm pixels, guarantees very high light sensitivity.


There are several connections on the robust aluminium camera housing:

  • Mechanical interface
    Sturdy stainless steel camera mount with either 4 x M4 screws or photographic thread (¼-20 UNC)Fast GigE interface
  • High download speeds from the image memory to the memory of the connected PC
    HDMI video output
  • Recording situation monitoring during recordinRing memory with data trigger
    Trigger for image changes
  • External trigger and synchronization interface
    Connection for various trigger sources (e.g. mechanical switch) and synchronization to motion-dependent image refresh rates

C-Mount lens adapter

CR-CM for CamRecord-CR series (Figure similar)

F-Mount lens adapter

CR-FM for CamRecord-CR series (Figure similar)

G-Mount lens adapter

CR-FMG for CamRecord-CR series (Figure similar)

EFS-Mount lens adapter

CR-CanonAF-Mount for CamRecord-CR series cameras to allow remote focal and aperture control of Canon EF lenses.


Software development kit for CamRecord-CR cameras to integrate Slow-Motion cameras of CamRecord-CR series into customer specific software solutions under C/C++ and Windows operating system.


LabVIEW driver for CamRecord-CR and CamRecord-Sprinter series cameras



1830-SU-02-O (Camera Manual english)

1830-SU-16-B (Quickstart)

1830-SU-05-F (GigE Interface)

1920-SU-10-E (TimeViewer Manual english)

1830-SU-10-L ab Version2.6.29  (TimeBench)


TimeBench_2.6.30.zip  (up to April 2017, license required)

TimeViewerx86 (Version 1.4.2, 32 bit)  (no license required)