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High-Speed CMOS CameraThe Phantom® VEO 1310 high-speed camera from Vision Research Inc. is equipped with a 1.2-MP CMOS sensor.

The camera features faster recording speeds and 2.5× higher light sensitivity than previous VEO models. Designed for research, defense, and industrial applications, the VEO 1310 comes in a compact, durable package. It achieves recording speeds of >10,800 fps at full resolution and higher rates at reduced resolutions. It features a native ISO of 25,000 monochrome. Binning mode, which boosts the frame rate and sensitivity at reduced resolutions. It also offers a 10-Gb Ethernet option for fast download workflow and image-based auto trigger to activate the camera via motion detection within the live image.

The VEO 1310 is available in three memory sizes and two body styles. The L models are designed for software-based recording, while the S models add features such as 12-V battery input, on-camera controls, and CFast Media for untethered workflow and access to additional signals for data acquisition.

Photonics Spectra
Aug 2020

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