iX Cameras has announced its recent sales success with BMW Brilliance, Nippon Steel, and South China University of Technology.

The leading developer and manufacturer of high-speed imaging cameras is based in Woburn, Massachusetts, US, and Rochford, UK.

The customers selected i-SPEED 7 series cameras for applications ranging from particle image velocimetry (PIV), to Hopkinson Bar testing and laser processes.

These recent wins are further proof that iX Cameras’ advanced technology in high-speed imaging is providing researchers and engineers a wide range of use for their applications, from the lab to the field.

iX Cameras director of business development Jonathan Hatton said: "The ultra-high-speed i-SPEED 7 Series cameras from iX Cameras provide our customers an unmatched combination of zoom-in 3.1MP resolution and 26GP recording speed, providing our customers with clear imagery to study and analyse."

iX Cameras president and CEO added: "The continued global growth of iX Cameras is a true testament to our strategy. We focused our resources to introduce the i-SPEED 7 Series cameras last year with our customers in mind. We now have a technologically advanced ultra-high-speed camera line that is easy to use and affordable by engineers and researchers worldwide."

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