Who said the 2/3″ sensor is dead? Must have been sippin the herbal tea. Why just look at the new Antelope PICO it is the world´s first POV camera that can record up to 330 fps in native 1080i HD and it is a 2/3″ sensor. The Antelope provides a permanent HD-SDI Live Video Out as well as a replay channel recording up to 330 fps, 660 fps in extended mode.

Check out a test clip of the Antelope PICO at 250 fps from easylook system. There are dot artifacts present which came from a poorly shielded cable from the camera head to the ccu we are told, but hey it is a test with a prototype set up of a smaller than small 2/3″ ultra slow motion POV camera system. The Nurf gun at the end gives up a pretty cool shot.

Antelope PICO Features:

– state-of-the-art 2K sensor

– extremely photosensitive

– smallest possible dimensions

– 3D capabilities

– dynamic replays

– fully remote controllable

– LMC Broadcast Standard OCP / RCP

– Fibre Link and Wireless transmission

– Camera head dimensions 29mm x 29mm x 50mm

Technical SPECS:

– 2K CMOS 2/3 sensor

– Global Shutter

– 600 ISO 0dB

– 1080i 50/59.94/60

– 1080p 23.98 to 1080p 60 – 4:2:2

– 23.98p to 30p 4:2:2 / 4:4:4 RAW and 2K option

– 9.5 stops dynamic

– 25-330 frames/sec highpeed replay via ram buffer

– 660 frs/sec (double image mode)

– 30 second replay @ 330 frs/sec

– permanent HD SDI Live output

– optional HDR

– image flip/flop horizontal/vertical

– output 2x 3gbit HD SDI

– power 12-24V

– telemetry control via RS485/RS232 (fibre link possible)

– c-mount (PL and B4 mount adaptation available)

For more on the Antelope PICO camera head on over to LiveMotionConcept and peak into easylook system and see what cameras they have.

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