Advances in electronic technology have allowed the camera designer more latitude in choosing how each camera function is to be performed. This paper describes the CA-810 camera design, showing how modern technology allows the configuration of a camera to meet both high airborne performance and reliability. The CA-810 camera uses three 80-mm, f/2.0 lenses and two prisms to provide over 140° across the line of flight (XL0F) by 47° in the line of flight (1LOF) coverage. It is similar in general arrangement to the KA-63 camera produced by CAI in 1963. The CA-810 camera is capable of operation at cycle rates up to 12.6 frames's. Results of tests on the CA-810 camera are given, demonstrating the effectiveness of the use of modern technology in the design of a new low-altitude, high cycle rate camera.