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Faster for Slower: High speed camera used at Artbeats
At the recent NAB (National Association of Broadcasters) Convention in Las Vegas, I saw some footage from the Phantom cameras for the first time. The VisionResearch Phantom can shoot at 1,000 frames per second in HD and even GREATER fps rates at lower resolutions....
If you want some footage, but aren't looking for a rental or purchase investment of.... well, call for a quote....
You can check out tons of great footage at ARTBEATS. Some of the Artbeats footage was used during the presentation for the camera... it's worth checking out just to appreciate the camera's abilities. Artbeats also has tons of HD footage at realtime that you can use in your edits...
The world's first CMOS-based high-speed camera capable of taking 1,000,000 pictures-per-second.
- 6242 frames-per-second at full 1280x800 "widescreen" resolution
- 1,000,000 pictures-per-second at reduced resolution
- Unsurpassed light sensitivity
- Sub-microsecond exposure, down to 300ns
- CineMag(tm) compatible for long record time and non-volatile storage
The v12's combination of advanced features, resolution, image storage options, and pricing, make this new Phantom camera the ultimate choice for high speed digital video motion analysis for wide range of applications requiring great image quality and extreme recording speeds.
Multi-Standard Compliant Output
The HD has allocated formats for standard HD 16:9 (1920 X 1080 pixels) and 35mm mopic at 1.85:1 using an active pixel area of 25.6mm x 13.85mm (2048 X 1108 pixels) making this camera fully compatible with all 35mm equipment as well. The HD can be configured for "live" broadcast or studio production and has a continuous video output that includes HD (720p, 1080p, 1080i) standards. Multiple triggering and recording modes can also be tailored to your application. Pick your viewing option, the Phantom HD is compatible with any +12vdc YPrPb viewfinder or monitor making shooting any subject clear and precise. The camera can also be controlled and image files downloaded using a Gigabit Ethernet to PC connection, and files can be converted TIFF stacks, MOV, or AVI formats using the included Phantom software package.