Phase One Industrial Releases Forward Motion Compensation Option for iXA Aerial Camera System

Enabling more flying time and superior image quality

Copenhagen, October 7, 2013 — Phase One Industrial, a leading manufacturer and provider of medium format aerial and industrial digital photography equipment, today announced the release of a Forward Motion Compensation (FMC) option for the iXA Aerial Camera System.

The Phase One FMC solution employs Time Delayed Integration (TDI) technology to compensate for image blurring occurring as a result of slower shutter speeds, faster flight speeds or higher GSDs, needed for many projects today. This enables more flexibility when determining flight schedules and enhanced image quality under low light conditions.

Dov Kalinski, General Manager of Phase One Industrial said, “The release of the new FMC option enables a wealth of new possibilities for both integrators and end users by increasing profitability through the ability to fly more days and under less optimal light conditions. The addition of FMC to the camera increases the iXA’s value to an even larger segment of the aerial photography market.”

The iXA FMC option is available in October either as an option with the purchase of a new system or as an upgrade to an existing Phase One iXA 80 or 60 MP camera system or iXA 60 MP Achromatic camera through authorized Phase One Industrial representatives. Its list price is 10,000 USD or 8,000 EUR both for new or for existing iXA cameras.

About Phase One Industrial
Phase One Industrial is a division of Phase One dedicated to research, development and manufacturing of specialized industrial camera systems and equipment. Phase One Industrial camera systems are built specifically for industrial applications such as aerial photography, fine art reproduction and machine vision, and provide advanced hardware and imaging software solutions that meet the unique requirements of their users. For more information please visit