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A medium volute motion capture camera with excellent precision.
A medium volume motion capture camera with excellent precision.
Big Results With A Small Price.
With an impressive 1.3 million pixels of resolution, 120 FPS sample rate, and an immense 56° field of view, the Flex 13 is an achievement in efficient, affordable motion capture.
Enjoy the precision and accuracy of a professional capture system at a price tuned for AAA and indie studios alike.
You asked for more capture volume, and we were listening. When deployed with the default 56° lens in a standard 20’ × 20’ arrangement, the camera can attain an active capture area that is among the largest in the industry, which allows for extensive capture volumes even in modest tracking environments.
The Flex 13 can send a variety of pre-processed image types to the PC, resulting in more efficient imaging and system scaling. Image processing types include:
Performs on-camera detection of marker location, size, and roundness using our most precise grayscale processing methods. Provides excellent precision with the smallest CPU footprint.
Similar to Object processing, but sends selective grayscale images of markers to the PC for calculation of object data. Provides the most verbose marker information, but requires more CPU resources than Object processing.
Full resolution grayscale frames, compressed on-camera for highly scalable scene video capabilities.
Full resolution, uncompressed grayscale.
Unique to OptiTrack cameras, on-camera MJPEG compression consumes 1/10th the bandwidth of uncompressed video while still enabling real-time grayscale video at full resolution and full frame rate (up to 1280 × 1024 @ 120 FPS).
Compact, high-quality grayscale video enables image preview with multiple cameras, simultaneously—an indispensable tool for camera aiming and focusing during rig setup and calibration.
Full resolution grayscale reference video. All Flex 13 cameras can be used as a reference video source - with synchronized, calibrated 3D overlay. Deliver and/or record full resolution, full frame rate video with 3D overlay of markers, rigid bodies, skeletons, etc.
It's more than just cameras. In addition to the essentials to which you've grown accustomed, you'll also discover several new software features that will make you wonder how you ever got along without them. Enjoy innovations like our Continuous Calibration, where a wand wave is required on first installation only, then calibrates automatically just by using the system. No longer does the calibration degrade over time, temperature change, or after cameras are bumped
Aim Assist - single user camera setup & aiming One person can efficiently setup and aim a complete Flex 13 system with OptiTrack's on-camera Aim Assist. One button press brings the camera view to full screen, sets the image to grayscale, retracts the IR filter and increases the exposure for additional lighting and better image clarity. The image is perfect so that placing reference markers on the capture volume floor is no longer necessary. Aim each camera conveniently and precisely without even needing to touch the software interface. Once a camera has been aimed, move on to the next with a single button push.
Interchangeable M12 lenses. The Flex 13 can be optimized for a variety of applications with custom-designed, interchangeable M12 lenses. Choose between 5.5mm and 8mm EFL lenses to adapt your cameras to your ideal capture volume. Both feature a special spring focus assist, very low distortion, and fast F#1.8 apertures for increased tracking distance. Typical applications utilize 5.5mm lenses for standard tracking applications and 8mm lenses when additional range or pixel density is required.
Unobtrusive infrared light. Flex 13 cameras emit 850nm IR light, which is nearly invisible, for inconspicuous illumination that prevents the vision fatigue and unwanted attention to your capture rig caused by cameras that emit visible spectrum light.
OEM & computer vision Integration. Incorporate Flex 13 cameras into OEM tracking or computer vision applications via the free SDK, a C/C++ interface for control of and access to raw camera frames, image processing modes, camera settings, 2D object data, camera synchronization and all 3D data.