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Vision Research Phantom T3610 and TMX 5010 ultra high speed cameras use a back-illuminated sensor

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Vision Research has unveiled the Phantom T3610 and TMX 5010 ultra high speed cameras. They use a back-illuminated CMOS image sensor. The dimensions of the active area are 23.7 x 14.8 mm. The sensor works with 12-bit data representation. The maximum resolution of the two models is the same – 1280 x 720 pixels, but the speed indicators are very different.

The T3610 can shoot at 38,040 fps at maximum resolution, while the TMX 5010 can shoot at 50,725 fps. With a resolution of 1280 x 32 pixels or 640 x 64 pixels, the T3610 can shoot at 875,000 fps. The TMX 5010 at these resolutions allows you to get a frequency of 1.16 million fps. In addition, it supports resolutions of 1280 x 64 and 640 x 128 pixels, at which the frequency is 583 330 fps. Let’s clarify that the full list of available resolutions is wider, here are only those that give an idea of ​​the camera’s capabilities.

The sensitivity is ISO 40,000 when shooting in monochrome, and ISO 12,500 when shooting in color.

The two models differ in the maximum amount of RAM, which is 256 GB in the case of the T3610 and 512 GB in the case of the TMX 5010. The older model has a 10 Gbps Ethernet port as standard, the younger model has it installed as an option. As you can see in the illustration, cameras also vary in size and design. The model T3610 measures 127 x 127 x 210 mm and weighs 4.3 kg. The Nikon F mount is standard. As an option, other mounts are available: Canon EOS, PL, C or M42.

Deliveries of the TMX 5010 have already begun, the T3610 will begin in August.

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No Apple Watch, Xiaomi, Amazfit or Huawei on the leaderboard, although Samsung has squeezed its way through. India’s smartwatch market looks very unusual and is changing rapidly

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No Apple Watch Xiaomi Amazfit or Huawei on the leaderboard

The Indian market is often different from the global one, and the smartwatch market is no exception. Here the leaders are not at all Apple, Garmin or Huawei.

No Apple Watch, Xiaomi, Amazfit or Huawei on the leaderboard, although Samsung has squeezed its way through.  India's smartwatch market looks very unusual and is changing rapidly

According to Counterpoint analysts, the Indian smartwatch market grew by an incredible 312% in the second quarter. How much it is in quantitative terms, unfortunately, is not reported.

And the leaders here are almost never found companies that are leaders in many other markets or globally. Moreover, in just one year, the smartwatch market in India has changed a lot.

The leader here now is Fire-Bolt with 27.7%, while a year earlier it occupied only 8.9%! Noise moved to second place with 26%, Boat rounded out the top three with 19.5%. All other companies have not even overcome the threshold of 4%. The top five also includes Samsung with 3.3% and Dizo with 2.5%.

If we talk about other companies, Realme increased sales by 76%, but fell to seventh place. Apple came in eighth with a 197% increase in sales, and interestingly enough, Pebble watches, which is now owned by Mensa, are in ninth.

No Apple Watch, Xiaomi, Amazfit or Huawei on the leaderboard, although Samsung has squeezed its way through.  India's smartwatch market looks very unusual and is changing rapidly

Of course, the above data is exactly that, because the source refers to smart watches all activity trackers that are made in the appropriate form factor. The lion’s share of them is not a full-fledged smart watch with an operating system.

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Xiaomi is in big trouble. The company’s net profit for the last quarter collapsed by 83%

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Xiaomi is in big trouble The companys net profit for

Xiaomi has been hit hard by the decline in demand in the smartphone market. As the company’s latest financial report showed, its net income has plummeted an incredible 83% to $204 million. This turned out to be even lower than the company’s own forecasts.

Xiaomi is in big trouble.  The company's net profit for the last quarter collapsed by 83%

At the same time, revenue fell much less: by 20%, to $10.3 billion, and this is insignificant, but higher than forecasts.

In China, shipments of Xiaomi smartphones fell by 22% last quarter, while the overall market there fell by 14.7%. The fall of Xiaomi was the most significant among the market leaders. Xiaomi also came under fire in India, where the government decided to ban Chinese smartphone makers from selling devices under $150. True, this has not yet had time to affect the Xiaomi business.

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The Galaxy S23 Ultra will indeed get a 200MP camera. Samsung allegedly confirmed this to its partners

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The Galaxy S23 Ultra will indeed get a 200MP camera

Samsung will indeed equip the flagship smartphone Galaxy S23 Ultra with its 200-megapixel sensor for the main camera.

The Galaxy S23 Ultra will indeed get a 200MP camera.  Samsung allegedly confirmed this to its partners

The source claims that Samsung has already confirmed this information to its partners. Recall that we have heard such rumors before. At the same time, it is not yet clear which sensor the Korean giant will use, but rumors said that this would be a solution that has not yet been announced.

The Galaxy S23 Ultra will be the only flagship device with such a camera, but that’s to be expected, as the latest generation S2x Ultra models have always had a different camera than the younger versions. At the same time, it is possible that the Galaxy S23 / S23 + can get 108-megapixel sensors, previously reserved for Ultra versions.

Recall, the other day Motorola introduced the first smartphone with a 200-megapixel camera. The Moto X30 Pro features the first of its kind Samsung ISOCELL HP1 sensor.

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