FPS: The maximum frames-per-second at the maximum resolution. You can select lower frame rates on all cameras. The Miro 1 has 8 total selections, all other cameras have hundreds or thousands of legal values. Some maximum frame rates are added cost options
Exp: The minimum exposure setting for the super high speed camera. The smaller this value, the more you can freeze the motion of high-speed objects. However, the smaller the value, the more light you will need. Of course, you can set higher exposures up to 1/FPS. The minimum exposure on the Miro 1 is calculated by: 10% of 1/FPS. The minimum 300ns minimum frame rate on the V12 is an added cost option.
Bits: The number of bits (bit depth) DETERMINES the maximum number of gray scale levels that the sensor can see. As stated, the 12-bit cameras see 12 levels of gray when it's really 2^12 or 4096 levels of gray. In general, the more the better for the best images. However, larger bit-depths increase file size. The maximum bit-depths shown here are added cost options on some cameras.
Max Res: The first number listed is the maximum resolution of each slow motion camera.
All cameras except the Miro 1 can be used at smaller resolutions, and
as the resolution is decreased the maximum frame rate will increase as
you can see in the other examples. The resolution/speed relationships
shown are just a very small sampling of what is available.