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With a camera head measuring in at just 32mm x 32mm x 29mm, the Miro N-Series is Vision Research's smallest camera model.

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Droplet and water movement analysis captured by the Phantom VEO.  The monochrome sensor captures sharp, crisp detail of the droplet shapes and a color sensor accentuates the variances in liquid behavior.

A high-speed camera for scientific research is going to elevate your ability to observe and identify events in higher detail than ever before. This is an exciting endeavor, but can also be daunting, especially when you are attempting to establish which type of camera would work best for the experiments you will be performing.

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S990

The Phantom S990 has a 4K sensor for optimal resolution. The standard CXP protocol allows for protocol integration with frame grabbers and industry standard recorders. 

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Miro N5

The Phantom Miro N5 utilizes a single CPX cable which increases the flexibility with recording data. The tiny camera head fits into tight spaces enhancing visibility. 

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DIGITAL IMAGE CORELATION

Digital Image Correlation is the process of synchronizing multiple high-speed cameras to fill a single event. It has been found in academic settings where studying how football helmets protect athletes is being researched. This non-contact method of study utilizes a speckled paint pattern to clearly show fine shock and vibration effects on a material or object.


FIND THE RIGHT HIGH-SPEED CAMERA

A high-speed camera for scientific research is going to elevate your ability to observe and identify events in higher detail than ever before. This is an exciting endeavor, but can also be daunting, especially when you are attempting to establish which type of camera would work best for the experiments you will be performing.

The easiest way to decide which camera you will need is to answer four key questions about your laboratory and your research.

• Speed - How fast is it going?
• Size & Resolution - How large is the event and what resolution is required?
• Illumination - How much light is required to clearly see the experiment?
• Proximity - How close does the camera need to be to the event?

Regardless of what you are recording, the above will always be important. Please do not hesitate to contact us so that a trained Phantom camera expert can assist you in deciding which camera you will need.

A special program built for educators worldwide to encourage the advancement of technology at educational institutions. Research and growth by capturing an image when it’s too fast to see, and too important not to®.

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