The Phantom Miro C211 is an economical and easy-to-use high-speed camera with higher frame rates than many other cameras in this category. It is easy to use with standard cable setups.
*Printed Manual and PCC Software CD available upon request.
|1280 x 1024||1,800|
|1280 x 800||2,290|
|1280 x 720||2,540|
|768 x 768||2,380|
|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|
Yes. We include an Ethernet cable and a BNC cable with the camera, just to get you started. But any Ethernet or BNC cable will work.
The Miro C211 has many of the design features as the C321, and it is made to be rather tough. However, it is not specified as a Hi-G camera, and cannot survive the same shocks and vibrations that the C321 can survive. The C211 is not designed to work with a Miro Junction Box, and has different connectors.
The 240GB flash is a great standard feature that allows you to save multiple shots without waiting to download – perfect or multiple experiments or when your events are happening quickly. The flash is internal to the cameras and cannot be removed. When you are ready to download, simply connect the camera to a PC via the ethernet and you can download while you are setting up for the next experiment.
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 C-Series. This video was taken on the C210J, which has the same frame rate and image performance as the C211.
Recorded with a Phantom Miro C110 at 1,000 fps. A Miro C211 has the same image quality but offers double the frame rates.
A Phantom Miro C210/C211 captures fine details as fruit is crushed in a weight machine. Both cameras have the same frame rate and image quality, just different body styles.