Believe it or not (we can't) this was Vision Research's 11th year exhibiting at the NAB show in Las Vegas. This year we focused on the latest advances of our third generation cinema camera - the Phantom Flex4K and Flex4K-GS as well as the VEO, Miro LC321S, and plenty of new accessories and software solutions to maximize workflow.
As you can see from these photos, Phantom cameras were featured throughout the show - proudly displaying some of the most advanced gear in the industry.
We tend to focus on the cameras themselves here at Vision Research, but when we take a step back and look at the ways Phantom cameras are used it typically involves the use of key accessories to fit the demands of different applications. We decided to take a closer look at some of the custom items for Phantom cameras and others that are more widely available. Our goal is to bring some new and unique items to the attention of our users – some of which may open up possibilities in their work.
We were happy to have one of our favorite YouTubers, Gavin from The SlowMo Guys in house to see what goes on behind the scenes.
A Lego car never looked so high-tech until it was captured by a Phantom high-speed camera and analyzed by IMAGESYSTEMS. A Phantom Miro M310 camera was used to record the movement of a Lego technic car, and its propeller’s complex movements of translation and rotation. This helped to show the difference between static and dynamic coordinate systems, using their TEMA software.
Amsterdam's IBC trade show is always one of our favorites as it’s a great chance to meet with industry partners and Phantom camera users from around the world. We had a few new products on display this year - Please enjoy this quick overview of what we had going on at our booth.