The Phantom Miro C210 is a standalone version of our Miro C210J camera. The small, light, and rugged body, combined with a sensor of small pixels, makes this high detail camera perfect for microscopy work.
The Phantom Miro C210 houses the 128GB internal CineFlash memory inside a small, rugged body and is capable of up to 67,000 fps at smaller resolutions. This is perfect for many applications and experiments as it allows up to 13 individual 8GB shots, or 63 separate partitions to be saved before downloading is necessary. These features help to keep laboratory workflow smooth and efficient.
The Miro C210 also has an internal, non-removable battery that is configurable for a variety of situations and can run for up to 10 minutes. This gives some untethered flexibility in the case of accidental power cable severance.
The 1.3 Mpx sensor with 12-bit depth and tightly packed 5.6 micron pixels produces highly detailed images. When combined with the advanced features shots are delivered quickly with clear detail.
|1280 x 1024||1,800|
|1280 x 720||2,540|
|768 x 768||2,385|
|768 x 576||3,150|
|640 x 480||3,760|
|512 x 512||3,530|
|512 x 384||4,650|
|384 x 288||6,100|
|256 x 256||6,810|
|128 x 64||22,380|
|64 x 8||67,140|
The Miro Junction Box 2 (VRI-Miro-JB-2) accepts up to 6 Miro cameras at once. The Miro C210J and C320J uses a System Cable, while all other Miro cameras require a Miro C Capture or system adapter cable.
Up to 4 VEO S-model cameras are also compatible with the Miro-JB-2 (not the original Miro-JB). A JB Capture (or system adapter) cables are required for each camera.
VEO L-model and V-Series cameras are not compatible.
Vision Research employees volunteer at a local public school. One experiment taught them about electricity in a fun and color way and was perfect for the Phantom C210J.
A Phantom Miro C210 captures fine details as fruit is crushed in a weight machine.