Vision Research manufactures digital high-speed cameras for the scientific, military, aerospace, automotive, research, and entertainment industries. Here is a summary of our current line of award winning slow motion cameras. Each product page discusses a Phantom camera's construction, capabilities, and features. 

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The Phantom Ultrahigh-Speed cameras series features our fastest 1 Mpx and 4 Mpx cameras. These cameras are found in a variety of defense and research and development applications, including microfluidics, piv, stress testing and ballistics.

The Phantom VEO camera series was designed to work well in nearly any application.  The rugged body construction and custom sensor deliver the superior imaging quality that Phantom cameras are known for.  These cameras can be found in science laboratories, outdoor areas, and on film production sets.

Equipped with CineMag storage technology, the v-Series is a "step up" from the Miro line in speed, memory capacity, and advanced features. Available in 1Mpx and 4Mpx versions up to 7 gigapixels / second.

Affordable, small, and flexible cameras, the Miro camera series is built to be the right tool for the job.  Multiple body styles, rugged construction, and flexible mounting options allow researchers to study high speed events closely. 

The Phantom Miro C and N series cameras are designed to fit into spaces that a standard camera can't reach.  Lightweight bodies, on-board data protection, and rugged construction make them popular in automotive, microscopy, and destructive testing environments. 

Capture the power of Phantom High Speed imaging in machine vision streaming applications. Image data flows directly to a frame grabber and PC or long record DVR via CXP protocol.  Data is immediately accessible and limited only by the amount of storage in the PC or DVR.

The Phantom Flex series of cameras is known for highly detailed imaging and easy data management. With a 9.4 megapixel sensor, on-board controls, and SDI video output the Flex 4K is perfect for broadcasting and media needs and for scientific application where detail is critical.