Because this wiki is relatively new compared to Elphel Inc. company lifetime not every past developed camera has the proper wiki coverage.
To get a better overview of the release dates check out the camera timeline.
This list should cover the most important facts about the previous camera models.
Elphel 353 [available]
- 10353 page
- Released Spring 2008
Elphel 333 [discontinued]
This model was released in 2004 and marked the beginning of the cinema camera development.
- 3.2Mpix (2048x1536) 10-bit CMOS image sensors
- 12 fps at 2048x1536 resolution
- MJPEG and Ogg Theora unicast/multicast streaming
- Auto-Exposure and White Balance
- 100MHz 32-bit Axis ETRAX100LX CPU
- 64 MB SDRAM (32MB system +32MB Video)
- 16 MB flash memory
- Xilinx Spartan®3 1000K gate reconfigurable FPGA (8-10 billions of arithmetic operations per second)
- dimensions: 1.75"x1.75"x4.75" weighs 210 grams or 7.4 oz (without the lens)
Elphel 323 [discontinued]
This camera is actually not a discontinued model. It was initially released in summer 2003 as high speed / high resolution document scanning camera.
- 35-mm format Kodak KAI-11002 CCD image sensor
- 11 Mpix resoluion (4008x2672)
- max. 2 fps
- Weight: 1.04 kg (w/o lens)
- Dimensions 102mm x 114mm x 117mm (w/o lens)
- Power: 48V DC, 12 W
Elphel 313 [discontinued]
The second elphel camera released with inital 1.3 MPix CMOS in fall 2002.
- 1280x1024, 1600x1200 and 2048x1536 10-bit 1/2" or 2/3" CMOS image sensors
- 15 fps at 1280x1024 resolution
- 300K gates FPGA
- 32 MB SDRAM
- 8 MB Flash Memory
- optional gated image intensifier
- baseprice was 700$ plus 240$ for the different sensor front ends (special fiberoptic taper front ends were also avaiable for around 500-1500$)
Elphel 303 [discontinued]
This was the first ever open source camera, that newly formed Elphel Inc. released in summer 2001.
It already featured the ETRAX 100LX CPU which is still in use - though with more hardware resources - in recent products and a Quicklogic anti-fuse (single time programmable) FPGA.
- 1288x1032 10-bit CMOS image sensor