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Vision Research Introduces the Newest Member Of the Phantom®- 1Mpx- v-Series Camera Family
Date:6/26/2012

Wayne, NJ (PRWEB) June 26, 2012

Vision Research, a leading manufacturer of digital high-speed imaging systems, extends the company’s Phantom® 1 Megapixel (Mpx)-v-Series line of digital high-speed cameras with the addition of the v411. This addition provides consumers with even more options to get the performance they need within budget.

The v411 uses the same technology as other 1Mpx v-Series cameras, adding a camera with 4Gpx/s throughout to the line. The v411 has a top speed at full resolution of 4200 fps. V-Series cameras feature high-definition, widescreen 1280x800 CMOS sensors and have larger 20 micron pixels that allow shooting in low light, which is often an issue with high speed imaging.
The cameras also have a number of unique features, including Phantom CineMag compatibility for on-camera storage and long record time applications. They also include Image-Based Auto-Trigger functionality, Extreme Dynamic Range and an internal capping shutter for hands-free and remote black references.

“The Phantom v-Series is suited for a number of applications, including scientific research, product development, ballistics, explosive testing and more,” says Rick Robinson, Division VP Marketing, Vision Research. “The latest Phantom v-Series cameras improve the usability of the line while maintaining the same speed, sensitivity and high-performance for which they have always been recognized.”

Additionally, for the first time ever, Vision Research is offering upgrades within the Phantom 1 Mpx v-Series camera family. Now users with a limited budget can buy at the low end and upgrade performance later. Upgrades are available for the v311 to the v611 or the v411 to the v711.

The latest Phantom® v-Series cameras offer additional connectivity and on-camera controls that improve signaling and provide users with more options for enhancing their research and testing industrial applicat
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