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Introducing the Phantom v2640

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The new UHS v2640 is the next evolution in high-speed imaging. The proprietary sensor technology delivers the fastest 4Mpx, high definition camera ever. Winner of the Vision Systems Gold Award for Specialty Cameras the v2640 has raised the bar for high-speed, high resolution imaging.

  • 6,600 fps @ 2048 x 1952 (full res)
  • 12,500 fps @ 1920 x 1080 (full hd)
  • 4 modes for maximum imaging flexibility
  • 1 us minimum exposure, 499ns/142ns (fast option)
  • Nikon F/G, Canon EF and PL Mounts interchangeable
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PROUDLY MADE IN THE USA

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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Wednesday, May 30, 2018

NEW Phantom® v1840 Ultrahigh-Speed Camera

Vision Research, a leading manufacturer of digital high-speed imaging systems, has introduced the Phantom v1840-the latest addition to the Phantom ultrahigh-speed camera family. The v1840 provides the same very high image quality at 18 Gpix/sec as the Phantom v2640 with was released in February. Keep Reading

MIRO C110

Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Virginia Tech Obtains Phantom Miro C110

Virginia Tech students and faculty will utilizing a Phantom Miro C110 high-speed camera in their research laboratory. The main focus of study will be the evaluation of helmet impact performance for sports such as football, hockey, cycling, etc. They will also be evaluating head impacts during live sporting events. Keep Reading

VEO 410L

Friday, March 2, 2018

University of Glasgow Introduces a Phantom VEO 410L to Research Laboratory

The University of Glasgow is adding a Phantom VEO 410L to their research laboratory at the Institute for Gravitational Research. Students and faculty will have access to this high-speed camera for a variety of uses. The initial use of the camera will be the analysis of fracture points of fused silica glass fibers used in highly tensioned mirror suspensions for advanced astronomical gravitational wave observatories including Advanced LIGO. Keep Reading