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VisionResearch.jpgVision Research Inc. has released the Phantom V12, a high-speed digital camera that can record up to 1 million pictures per second at lower resolutions or 6315 at full resolution. The camera features a 1280 × 800 high-definition CMOS sensor and an active pixel size of 20 μm. It supports both 8- and 12-bit pixel depth for maximum detail and comes with 8, 16 or 32 GB of built-in memory. The camera has an F-mount for the lens and weighs 11.5 lb without the lens.


BioPhotonics
Mar 2008
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