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Vision Research Announces the Phantom Miro M320S: 1540fps at 1080p

The Phantom Miro M320S is a small, lightweight, rugged digital high-speed camera packed with advanced features, which now includes HD-SDI for advanced monitoring and workflow possibilities. The camera has advanced features previously available on cameras at twice the price, is easy to learn and use, and addresses applications in a wide variety of industries.

The M320S is a 2 megapixel camera with 3.2 Gigapixels/second (Gpx/s) throughput. This translates to 1380 fps at 1920 x 1200, or over 1500 fps at 1920 x 1080. The M320S uses microlenses on its custom-designed CMOS sensor with 10 μm pixel pitch to achieve great light sensitivity, and with 12-bit pixel depth you can expect excellent image quality.

Phantom Miro M320S

  • 1920 x 1080 resolution at 1,540 fps
  • 1152 x 1152 square resolution at 2,250 fps
  • Throughput 3.2 Gpx/s
  • Minimum exposure: 1μs
  • ISO: 8600T Mono; 1100T Color
  • Compatible with the Phantom RCU for un-tethered recording
  • HD-SDI output for improved video workflow and monitoring

 

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Vision Research unveils two new High-Speed Phantom v-series Cameras

New Phantom v1610 Is 60 Percent Faster than Any Other Digital High-Speed Camera in Its Class
Phantom v1610 High-Speed Camera

Phantom v1610 High-Speed Camera

Vision Research unveils two additions to the company’s Phantom® v-Series line of digital high-speed cameras with the introduction of the Phantom v1210 and v1610. These top-of-their-class cameras are the world’s fastest 1 megapixel digital high-speed cameras. They feature high definition and widescreen 1280 x 800 CMOS sensors. The Phantom v1610 is 60 percent faster than any other camera on the market, with the ability to acquire more than 16,000 frames-per-second (fps) at full resolution and up to 1,000,000 fps at reduced resolution.

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Slow-Motion: Cinematographer David Torres’ stunning work

In this post I wanted to present a selection of short films produced by Mexican production company The Mates for the project “Stars of the Bicentennial” to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the founding of Mexico as a Country.

Cameraman and Cinematographer David Torres did an amazing job using the Phantom and Red One Camera with lenses Red Pro Primes.

The dream and the challenge is to transmit through images that can be perceived not only natural beauty and biodiversity, but the soul, spirit, feelings and pride of Mexico.

If you like horses watch the first video: The images are just spectacular!

Altamura Sinaloa

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