"Capturing Fast-Moving Ferrofluids On The Nanoscale" is a case study that discusses how Juniata College researchers used Phantom cameras to observe the unique magnetic particles in ferrofluids.
Using schlieren imaging to study invisible flows is not a new concept but the addition of high-speed imaging to the schlieren setup has created the ability for researchers to study these events with more detail.
Vision Research teamed with the Colorado School of Mines to create a paper about the use of Phantom cameras in advanced explosives testing. Phantom high-speed cameras have allowed the AXPRO Group to develop a more precise method of analysis.
New Phantom v2640 Ultrahigh-Speed Camera Achieves Unmatched 4-Mpx Resolution
Introducing Phantom VEO4K: High-speed, High-resolution Cameras for Science, Aerospace and Media Industries
Introducing the new Phantom Flex4K-GS
Announcing the Phantom Miro N-Series Imaging System
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