Sorama CAM iV64 | Acoustic camera

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The Sorama CAM iV64 is a state-of-the art acoustic camera which enables users to show both highly accurate sound levels and localize where sound is coming from on the simple to use touch screen display. Specifically designed for users who want mobility and have instant acoustic information available to them in order to perform in in-field measurements with confidence.

Application for use include aerospace, building services / building acoustics (sound transmission between rooms and floors as well as acoustic leakage from doors & windows), construction, environmental, R&D / type testing as well as transport including nuisance noise from vehicles.


  • Class 1 performing sound level meter functionalities
  • Spectrum and spectrogram that can be displayed together in real-time
  • 64 MEMS microphones in a sunflower array
  • Supplied as standard with dual batteries
  • .jpeg image file format for direct input of information into reports in applications such as Microsoft Word
  • Far field sound source localization and visualization
  • Sorama Portal compatible data for in in-depth analysis

Important Instrument Hire notes

All Instrument Hire models come as standard with a 500 GB SSD internal memory upgrade for storing data files for subsequent export to a PC. Instrument Hire models do not give users access to the Sorama Portal for in-depth analysis of data files, if this functionality is required, please contact the BSRIA Acoustic Consultancy team e-mail who are able to offer this service on a job-by-job basis.

Sorama CAM iV64 acoustic camera used to pinpoint the noise source from a heat pump enclosure.
Sorama CAM iV64 acoustic camera being used to locate an unwanted noise source in an office environment

Technical specifications

Size (L x W x D)     42 x 32 x 16 cm

Weight     2.3 kg

Connectivity      USB-C     (if used with a memory stick use USB 3.1 Gen 2 or higher)

Display      17.7 cm LCD touchscreen with 720 x 1280 pixel resolution

Camera resolution      1289 x 906 pixels 

Microphones      MEMS type

Measurement sample rate      240 kHz

Spectrum analysis     29 Hz to 27 kHz

Beamforming (far field)      500 Hz to 27 kHz

Sorama CAM iV64 - Finding sound leaks in buildings

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Common customer questions & answers

QQuestion What is an acoustic camera?
AAnswer An acoustic camera is an imaging device used to locate sound sources and to characterize them. It consists of a group of microphones, also called a microphone array, from which signals are simultaneously collected and processed to form a representation of the location of the sound sources.
QQuestion What is a MEMS microphone?
AAnswer A MEMS (micro-electromechanical systems) microphone is a pressure-sensitive diaphragm etched into a silicon wafer via MEMS processing. MEMS microphones are used in acoustic cameras in an array as they are small in size and are based on electret capsules that typically have onboard preamps and analog-to-digital converters. MEMS microphones are also known as microphone chips or silicon microphones.