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  • 1-Megapixel Camera
Jul 2012
Vision Research Inc., Phantom Digital High-Speed CamerasRequest Info
WAYNE, N.J., July 3, 2012 — Vision Research extends its Phantom 1-megapixel v-Series digital high-speed cameras with the addition of the v411.

It uses the same technology as other cameras in the series and delivers 4 gigapixels per second throughout. Top speed at full resolution is 4200 fps. V-Series cameras feature high-definition, wide-screen 1280 × 800 CMOS sensors and have 20-μm pixels that allow shooting in low light.

The cameras feature Phantom CineMag compatibility for on-camera storage and long-record-time applications. They also offer image-based autotrigger, an extreme dynamic range, and an internal capping shutter for hands-free and remote black references.

Applications include scientific research, product development, ballistics and explosives testing. <br.
The company is offering upgrades, so users can buy at the low end and upgrade performance later.

The latest Phantom v-Series cameras offer additional connectivity and on-camera controls that improve signaling and provide users with more options for enhancing their research and testing industrial applications. They feature a new white body, which is suitable for shooting outside, particularly in deserts or test ranges, because it reflects the sun and keeps the camera cool.

The cameras offer 8, 16 and 32 GB of internal high-speed memory and a Gigabit Ethernet interface. </br.


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A camera that converts a collected image into pixels that are black or white digital or shades of gray. The digital data may then be manipulated to enhance or otherwise modify the resulting viewed image.
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