Pure. Fast. Uncompressed.


Status Quo

… The development of T-CAM is currently on hold …

PureEnjoy the beauty and clarity of images captured with GLOBAL SHUTTER technology.

Operate and control your T-CAM with only ONE BUTTON and the easy FILMMAKER MENU.

FastEnhance your film by shooting exceptional high speed images additional to the standard frame rates.

Preserve exactly the same image quality over all speeds.

UncompressedUse pure RAW data in a worldwide open standard without any compression or codec.

Maintain the highest quality and performance for grading / VFX.

Archive uncompressed files for remastering with future algorithms.

EnduringSwitch to the latest sensor technology without the need to purchase a new camera!

SOHA platform, T-PLUG and the ONE HOUSING CONCEPT preserve consistent value for your T-CAM.

FlexibleOperate handheld, 3D or mounted. The lightweight and compact T-CAM offers you freedom for all shooting conditions.

Select RAW or HD to work in cinematography or broadcasting with your T-CAM.

ExpandableChoose between simple service and support options and different software modules for your individual requirements.

Customize your T-CAM to match very special needs and get unique functions.

Technical Data
Frame Rates1-340 fps @ 1920 x 1080 px, 2/3″ Sensor*
1-350 fps @ 2280 x 1280 px, Super 16**
1-350 fps @ 4096 x 2304 px, Super 35**
Signal OutputHD 1920 x 1080 YCC 422
HD 1920 x 1080 RGB 444**
RAW 10 Bit/12 Bit** (log Signal without any white balance or gain)
SensorSingle CMOS 2/3″, Super 16**, Super 35**
ShutterGlobal Shutter
Sensitivity600 ASA*
Dynamik Range12 Stops
Lens MountPL Mount (exangable), other Mounts**
Connectors2x T-PLUG
1x Monitor Out (BNC)
1x DC In Fischer 2 Pin
ControlOne Button / Touchscreen
Power10V to 18V
Dimensions / Weight205 x 130 x 110 mm (8,07 x 5,11 x 4,33 in), 2,2 kg (4,85 lbs)

* subject to change without notice
** under development

T-CAM Sample Clip

T-CAM Prototype Videos

CEO Stefan Weiss presenting T-CAM on NAB 2012, video made by www.film-tv-video.de

CEO Stefan Weiss presenting the T-CAM prototype on IBC 2011, video made by www.film-tv-video.de


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