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Phantom C320

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NEW: Miro C320 Automotive HD

C320 Release

The newest member of the Phantom Automotive Testing line of cameras brings HD resolution to both on- and off-board testing situations.  Perfect for small spaces and destructive situations the Phantom C320 HD, Jbox 2.0 compatible camera will deliver the images safety officials require in expensive one-shot situations. 

  • 1,480 fps @ 1920 x 1080 (full hd)
  • 128 GB internal, non-removable CineFlash
  • JBox 2.0 Compatible
  • 2 Mpx sensor
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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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