Measurement & Analysis Camera Systems (MACS), was founded by David Adermann and Anthea Dean in 1990 to service the High-Speed Camera Industry.
MACS started out by purchasing a Redlake high-speed imaging system providing service and consulting to customers.
Your needs and requirements are of the upmost importance to us and unlike our competitors MACS continues to offer our knowledge and experience to all customers regardless of which camera manufacturer\'s equipment they own.
Our success in this industry is to provide optimal performance, solutions and support to our clientele which is driven by continually sourcing the best available equipment, we are not afraid to discard suppliers who fail to deliver both quality equipment and quality support.
MACS is proud to be the exclusive
WHAT WE DO
We provide leading equipment coupled with the ongoing support and technical advice from the start, ensuring customer satisfaction. We will train you on how to get the best out of your high-speed camera system.
We at MACS guarantee that we will deliver over and above any competitor. MACS are unique in that we can offer complete Turnkey Solutions to meet your specific needs.
We look forward to providing you with the best tools for success today.
PATENTS AND RESEARCH
2010 An integrated microwave oven and freezer compartment for storing and cooking meals for aged, infirm and disabled people. Provisional Patent .
2008 DC switching power supply delivering flicker free operation to HMI lamps. Provisional Patent.
2006 Variable Frame Rate Dual Stream High-Speed Digital Broadcast Television Camera simultaneously capturing standard frame rate and slow motion frame rate images for High Definition television transmission in the SMPTE – 1280i/720p standard. Provisional Patent
1994 A Hydrostatic Capable Camera Lens and Imaging Device for Deep Underwater Use. Patent document & specifications WPO.95/12282
1992 Protective Camera Housing and Optical System for use in destructive environments, Patent document US Pat.No. 5,485,237
2013 SMPTE Sydney, July, New Lighting Technology: Plasma versus LED and HMI
2011 SMPTE Sydney, July, Variable Frame Rate Digital Cinematography, CMOS sensors - love them or loath them.
2001-Present: Numerous Papers on High Voltage, High Current Electric Arc research by Dr David Sweeting and Professor Tony Stokes where David Adermann is sited as the High-Speed Photographic Scientist responsible for the ground breaking highspeed
research video footage.
1996 Photoinstrumentation for determining the effects of blast and fragmentation on a warship. Trevor J. Kinsey Michael G. Wolfson and David A Adermann. 22nd International Congress on High Speed Photography and Photonics, 27 Oct.-1 Nov, 1996. Santa
Fe, New Mexico, SPIE Vol. 2869. Pps 874-881
1995 Silicon or Silver? Imaging\'s future directions AS A tool for explosives and mining research activities, in Explo 95, the Congress of The International Society of Explosives Engineers, Brisbane, September 3-7th, 1995. Pps 273-277.
1992 Digital Imaging Systems - Photojournalism\'s Future or Fantasy, The 1992 Journal of the Journalism Education Association, Newcastle 1992.
1991 Filming Inside The Plume, the 1991 Journal of The Institute of Explosives Engineers, Sydney, 1991
1965 - 1974 Scientific Cameraman & Photographer - Government
1975 - 1979 Television - numerous television commercials, news and current affairs
1980 - 1996
Parthenium - 20 minute training film DPI
Managing for Drought - 25 minute training film DPI
Feet On The Ground - 30 Minute Promotional Film QUT
Unit Location Manager
Bush Christmas - Feature Film
The Little Feller - Telemovie
Frenchman\'s Farm - Feature
Air Hawk - Telemovie
Outbreak of Hostilities - Telemovie
You\'ve Got To Be Joking - 24 eps TV Series
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