Vision Research launches cameras that achieve 2,000 fps at full resolution

Vision Research has announced the launch of the Phantom Miro C-Series of high-speed cameras, which include the Phantom Miro C210J and C210. The cameras feature a 1.3 MPixel CMOS image sensor with a 5.6 µm x 5.6 µm pixel size and 12-bit depth.

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Vision Research has announced the launch of the Phantom Miro C-Series of high-speed cameras, which include the Phantom Miro C210J and C210. The cameras feature a 1.3 MPixel CMOS image sensor with a 5.6 µm x 5.6 µm pixel size and 12-bit depth. A maximum frame rate of 74,400 fps can be reached at a reduced resolution of 64 x 8 while the camera achieves 2,000 fps at full 1280 x 1024. The cameras come with Phantom camera control software and multi-cam software, and also have 8GB internal RAM.

The difference between the Miro C210 and C210J are the connectors. The Phantom Miro C210 has connectors that are compatible with other Phantom Miro cameras for power and control, allowing it to operate as a stand-alone camera for a variety of scientific and industrial applications. The Miro C210J is designed to operate through a single cable to Vision Research’s new Miro Junction Box (JBox), which enables users to operate the camera and create multi-camera configurations.

To Learn More:

Contact:Vision Research
Headquarters
: Wayne, NJ, USA
Product:
Phantom Miro C-Series
Key Features:
1.3 MPixel CMOS image sensor with a 5.6 µm x 5.6 µm pixel size, 12-bit depth, varying connector options, camera control software.

What Vision Research says:
View more information on the Phantom Miro C-Series.

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