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Bus. Unit of Ametek
Phantom Digital High-Speed Cameras
Map100 Dey Rd.
Wayne, NJ 07470
United States
Phone: (973) 696-4500
Fax: (973) 696-0560
Toll-free: (800) 737-6588
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Vision Research manufactures digital high speed cameras for the entertainment, scientific, military, aerospace, and automotive industries.

In addition to our commercial digital high-speed products, Vision Research is able to collaborate on imaging solutions for OEM needs. We can adapt our core technology to provide imaging for a variety of test, inspection, or monitoring applications. Examples include real-time process monitoring, 3-D imaging systems, healthcare diagnostic systems, high speed recognition solutions.


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Established: 1950
Employees: 195
Chris Kerr, Sales Dir.
Jean Luc Laydevant, Global Sales Dir.
Green Manufacturing

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