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VEO 1310

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NEW: VEO 1310

VEO 1310

The new Phantom VEO 1310 has more than double the light sensitivity of earlier VEO models and is the fastest VEO to date. With advanced Phantom features like programmable I/O and image based auto-trigger.  Optional 10Gb Ethernet reduces downtime between shots by accelerating the download process and increases workflow functionality.

  • 10,860 fps at 1280 x 960 
  • Native ISO 25,000 D (Mono), 6400 D (Color)
  • L and S-model configurations
  • Binning Mode boosts fps and ISO at 640 x 480 and below
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Vision Research's Phantom digital high-speed cameras are Made in the USA at our factory in Wayne, New Jersey.

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Using a High-Speed Camera in a Lab

Scientific studies are one of the most quickly growing areas of high-speed imaging. As high-speed camera technology advances scientists and researchers are able to see more than they ever have before. Scientific research is critical in ensuring that a variety of industries, automotive, defense, medical, and more are able to discover new ways to improve the quality of life for humans around the globe.

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