Superior Accuracy and Efficiency
The iXM-RS150F enables increased productivity for a range of aerial image acquisition projects as it provides wider aerial coverage compared to previous generations of Phase One’s cameras.
With its ultra-high resolution (14204 x 10652) and the backside-illuminated sensor, it enables perfect image quality, even in low light conditions. As a result, more flying hours a day and more flight days a year can be easily achieved. The iXM-RS cameras are available in RGB and Achromatic.
A Choice of RS Lenses
The IXM-RS cameras were designed to fit one of the seven interchangeable RS lenses with a choice between 32mm, 40mm, 50mm, 70mm, 90mm, 110mm and 150mm. The lenses are individually calibrated for infinity focus by Phase One. The iXM-RS150F and iXM-RS 100F provide the option to accomplish several projects in a day by adapting the camera with the desired lens. The RS lenses enable the creation of DTMs and DSMs for surveying and Orthophotos while the opening angles are specially fitted for oblique systems and LiDAR.
Superior Storage Capabilities and Connectivity
The iXM-RS cameras support super-fast storage capabilities. They provides full control – over a wireless link. In addition, the camera boosts the following:
- USB-C and 10G interfaces for quicker and flexible data transfer
- Unlimited cable length with 10G
- Super-fast XQD storage card
- HDMI output with 2K video
- High resolution, with a pixel count of:
- 14204x10652 for the iXM-RS150F
- 11608x8708 for the iXM-RS100F
- 3.76µm pixel size for the iXM-RS150F
- 83dB Dynamic range for the iXM-RS150F
- Backside-illumination technology for the iXM-RS150F
- 2 fps fast capture rate for the iXM-RS150F
- Seven RS lenses calibrated to infinity focus by Phase One
- USB-C and 10G Ethernet for versatility of connectivity
4 Band Configuration
iXM-RS cameras are also available with an optical glass over the sensor for near infrared applications (NIR). The camera is suited for a variety of agricultural or forestry applications including determining harvesting periods, analyzing crop damage caused by insects, fungus or insufficient water or nutrients in the soil.