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High-Speed Cameras

Vision Research Inc., Phantom Digital High-Speed CamerasRequest Info
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WAYNE, N.J., Oct. 29, 2014 — With a compact cube design, the Phantom Miro C-Series of high-speed cameras from Vision Research have CMOS sensors capable of capturing images at 2000 fps at full 1280 × 1024 resolution.

The cameras are built to withstand shocks of 170 G and vibrations of 17 grms, with strategic mounting holes for precise image capture in challenging environments. Image protection is available, with instant storage of images to CineFlash and backup power for storing images to local memory.

The Phantom Miro C-Series is suited for imaging in extreme environments, such as on-board automotive crash testing.
Oct 2014

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