The new Phantom Miro M320S Compact Digital High-Speed Camera looks rather playful and toy-like in kind, as I just like the way the colors of the bits and pieces are fused together, working in tandem to boot. Specially designed for a wide range of applications, ranging from scientific research to creative media, Vision Research’s latest release is said to take portable high-speed imaging to the next level by merging the qualities of being a lightweight and yet rugged shooter, making it part of the latest Miro family member to sport advanced features that cannot be found on other digital camera in a similar class.
According to Rick Robinson, Division VP Marketing, Vision Research, “Our new M320S follows Vision Research’s Miro M-Series tradition in versatility by adapting to many imaging applications. With precise control over resolution, frame rate, exposure time, and trigger point, this camera is an ideal tool for everyone from scientists and engineers to professionals in TV production and new media applications. The advanced features and small, lightweight form factor make the Miro M320S the most accessible and adaptable Phantom high-speed digital camera available today.”
Just what is the Miro M320S capable of? We are looking at its ability to record 1320 frames-per-second (fps) at its full resolution of 1920 x 1200; 1540 fps at 1920 x 1080; 2250 fps at 1152 x 1152; and higher frame rates at reduced resolutions. You will also be able to benefit from exceptional light sensitivity and picture quality with 35mm depth of field courtesy of its 2-megapixel CMOS sensor. The Phantom Miro M320S will also feature standard 12-bit pixel depth and can be configured with 3GB, 6GB or 12GB of internal RAM memory to suit your needs. [Press Release (PDF)]
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