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Vision Research introduces new camera

27 June 2012
Vision Research introduces new camera

Vision Research has extended the company’s Phantom 1 Megapixel (Mpx)-v-Series line of digital high-speed cameras with the addition of the v411. The v411 uses the same technology as other 1Mpx v-Series cameras, adding a camera with 4Gpx/s throughout to the line. The v411 has a top speed at full resolution of 4200 fps. V-Series cameras feature high-definition, widescreen 1280×800 CMOS sensors and have larger 20-micron pixels that allow shooting in low light, which is often an issue with high-speed imaging. The cameras have Phantom CineMag compatibility for on-camera storage and long record time applications. They also include Image-Based Auto-Trigger functionality, Extreme Dynamic Range and an internal capping shutter for hands-free and remote black references. “The Phantom v-Series is suited for a number of applications, including scientific research, product development, ballistics, explosive testing and more,” said Rick Robinson, Division VP Marketing, Vision Research. “The latest Phantom v-Series cameras improve the usability of the line while maintaining the same speed, sensitivity and high-performance for which they have always been recognised.” Additionally, Vision Research is offering upgrades within the Phantom 1 Mpx v-Series camera family. Users with a limited budget can buy at the low end and upgrade performance later. Upgrades are available for the v311 to the v611 or the v411 to the v711. www.visionresearch.com

 

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