Phantom Camera Products

Vision Research manufactures digital high speed cameras for the entertainment, scientific, military, aerospace, and automotive industries. Here is a summary of our current line of award winning slow motion cameras.

If you have any questions or require additional information, please visit each camera product page, use our camera comparison page, or request additional information by using our contact us form.

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The Phantom® v2512 provides a widescreen CMOS sensor and delivers a speed of over 25,000 frames-per-second at full resolution.

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Miro 320S
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The Miro 320S includes HD-SDI video for advanced monitoring and workflow possibilities. The camera has advanced features previously available on cameras at twice the price, is easy to learn and use, and addresses applications in a wide variety of industries.

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Miro 310
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The Miro 310 performance level is available in four body styles. The LAB-Series is ideal for indoor, laboratory environments. The R-Series is a rugged camera for harsher environments. The LC-Series has a flip-out LCD touchscreen interface for camera control and cine playback.

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Miro 320
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The Miro 320 performance level is available in the LAB body style targeted at indoor/laboratory environments.The Miro 320 is a 2 megapixel camera with 3.2 Gigapixels/second (Gpx/s) throughput. This translates to 1380 fps at 1920 x 1200, or over 1500 fps at 1920 x 1080. Frame rates up to 325,000 fps are available at reduced resolutions. The Miro 320 uses microlenses on its custom-designed CMOS sensor with 10 um pixel pitch to achieve great light sensitivity, and with 12-bit pixel depth you can expect excellent image quality
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Miro 120
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The Phantom Miro 120 is a 2 megapixel camera with 1.6 Gigapixels/second (Gpx/s) throughput. This translates to 730 fps at 1920 x 1200, or over 1,200 fps at 1152 x 1152. The minimum digital exposure is 1µs. The Miro 120 uses microlenses on its custom-designed CMOS sensor with 10µm pixel pitch to achieve high light sensitivity. With 12-bit pixel depth, it also sports high dynamic range for excellent image quality. Maximum frame rate at reduced resolution is 250,000 fps. The cameras are available in color and monochrome models

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Flex4K
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Designed for the cinematographer, the Phantom Flex4K is a high-speed camera providing exceptional flexibility through its frame rate capabilities and by adapting to different shooting styles. The super-35mm 4K sensor provides sharp, detailed images with extremely low noise and high dynamic range. 

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The Phantom® v1212 provides a widescreen CMOS sensor and delivers a speed of over 12,000 frames-per-second at full resolution.

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Miro 3a10
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Introducing the third generation of Phantom Miro cameras. Small, lightweight, rugged and packed with advanced features. The most accessible high-speed cameras available today, Miro cameras are ideal for a huge variety of applications that require moderate frame rates at common resolutions.

The Phantom Miro LAB 3a10 is a 1.6 megapixel camera with 3.2 Gpx/s throughput. This translates to 1,850 fps at full 1280 x 1280 resolution. Frame rates up to 310,000 fps are available at reduced resolutions.

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The Phantom Miro C210J and C210 are small, light and rugged digital high-speed cameras, designed to meet the most demanding applications. The cameras have a 12 bit ½-inch CMOS sensor and achieve up to 1,800 frames per second (fps) at full resolution of 1280 x 1024. They are also modular, and can be connected to a Miro Junction Box to create multi-camera configurations as simple or as complex as needed.

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We’ve recently added two additional models to the Phantom Miro family. The cameras share a 4 Mpx sensor (2560 x 1600), as well as all other popular Miro features/Scientists and engineers can take advantage of the 1.6 or 3.2 Gpx/s throughput, precise timing, camera synchronization, flexible triggering, excellent light sensitivity, and many other advanced features to gain insight into products and processes. The cameras allow you to see what cannot be seen with the human eye.

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Miro 110
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The Miro 110 performance level is available in four body styles. The new LAB-Series is ideal for indoor, laboratory environments. The R-Series is a rugged camera for harsher environments. The LC-Series has a flip-out LCD touchscreen interface for camera control and cine playback.

The Phantom Miro 110 is a 1 megapixel camera with 1.6 Gigapixels/second (Gpx/s) throughput. This translates to over 1,600 frames-per-second (fps) at full 1280 x 800 resolution. Frame rates up to 400,000 fps are available at reduced resolutions. The minimum digital exposure is 2 µs and is available in both color and monochrome versions.

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The Phantom® v1612 provides a widescreen CMOS sensor and delivers an impressive speed of 16,000 frames-per-second at full resolution.

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The Phantom®v2012 provides a widescreen CMOS sensor and delivers impressive speed of over 22,000 frames-per-second at full 1 megapixel resolution.

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12
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v711
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The Phantom v711 includes our proprietary widescreen 1280 x 800 CMOS sensor, which allows you to keep moving targets in the frame longer and see more of the event you are recording. The wide sensor also enables true 1280 x 720 HD images from a 1Mpx camera. With the v711, you can achieve a maximum speed of 7530 frames-per-second at full resolution.

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The Phantom v642 is the third generation broadcast camera. It retains the unique ability to both record and playback ultra-slow motion footage simultaneously, while adding the capability to accurately color match regular speed broadcast cameras.

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v641
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The Phantom v641 is the second generation v640 camera. It is smaller and lighter than its predecessor and has a number of new convenience features requested by users. There are dual power inputs for battery backup or hot-swapping batteries when under battery power. The viewfinder port has been moved forward on the camera to make cabling cleaner and less intrusive.

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v611
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The Phantom v611 includes our proprietary widescreen 1280 x 800 CMOS sensor, which allows you to keep moving targets in the frame longer and see more of the event you are recording. The wide sensor also enables true 1280 x 720 HD images. With the v611, you can achieve a maximum speed of 6242 frames-per-second at full resolution.

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1 µs 300ns optional
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V411
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The Phantom v411 feature a widescreen 1280 x 800 CMOS sensor – 25% wider than most competitive models – allowing you to keep moving targets in-frame longer and see more of the event you are recording. The wide sensor also allows you to get true 1280 x 720 HD images from a 1Mpx camera.

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v341
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The Phantom v341 digital high-speed video camera provides a 4 megapixel 35mm format sensor and almost 3 gigapixels/second throughput. That means full-resolution frame rates of 800 frames-per-second (fps). Shutter speeds down to 1 microsecond and a global electronic shutter allow for crisp, sharp images with little or no image blur or motion artifacts.

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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.

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