- ISO Color 1,250D* 1,600T*
- ISO Mono 5,000D* 12,500T
- Available in R and LC Styles
- 1,380 fps at 1920 x 1200
- >2,200 fps at 1152 x 1152 square resolution
- 3.2 Gpx/s throughput
- 1 µs minimum exposure, global shutter
- 10 µm pixel size
- 12-bit pixel depth
- Phantom CineFlash compatible
- HD-SDI output for improved video workflow and monitoring
All Phantom Miro cameras are small, lightweight, rugged digital high-speed cameras packed with advanced features. The Miro 320S includes HD-SDI video for advanced monitoring and workflow possibilities. The camera has advanced features previously available on cameras at twice the price, is easy to learn and use, and addresses applications in a wide variety of industries.
The Miro 320S performance level is available in two body styles. The R-Series is a general purpose camera targeted at a wide variety of applications that demand a ruggedized camera design. We recently added a door to protect the CineFlash card slot, and made the internal mechanical shutter a standard option. This resulted in an increment to the model number, now at R321S. The LC-Series has a flip-out LCD touchscreen interface for camera control and cine playback. (The LAB320 has the same performance in the LAB body style, but without the HD-SDI video.)
The Miro LC320S or R321S is a 2 megapixel camera with 3.2 Gigapixels/second (Gpx/s) throughput. This translates to 1380 fps at 1920 x 1200, or over 1500 fps at 1920 x 1080. Frame rates up to 325,000 fps are available at reduced resolutions. The cameras use microlenses on their custom-designed CMOS sensor with 10µm pixel pitch to achieve great light sensitivity, and with 12-bit pixel depth you can expect excellent image quality.
Scientists and engineers can take advantage of the 3.2 Gpx/s throughput, precise timing, camera synchronization, flexible triggering, excellent light sensitivity, and many other advanced features to gain insight into products and processes. The camera allows you to see what cannot be seen with the human eye. Applications ranging from animal studies to PIV to product characterization are now possible with this accessible camera.
Artists now have access to a camera based on the Academy Award winning technology of the Phantom Flex for TV and new media applications.
These two uses -- scientific/engineering and entertainment/production -- each have their own data sheet that you can download from the sidebar to the right. Check them out!
Each Miro camera is compatible with Vision Research's new and unique CineFlash storage technology. These removable, non-volatile storage devices slide into the camera body and provide a way to quickly save shots from the camera's memory without the need for time-consuming and costly downloads. Later, remove the CineFlash module from the camera and insert it into the docking station connected to a computer. Cines stored on the CineFlash are now immediately available on the computer. You can also transfer the cines from the camera to your computer and edit the images using our Phantom Camera Control software (PCC). When ordering your camera, just specify if you want 120GB or 240GB CineFlash storage. A 120GB CineFlash and Dock come with every R or LC camera purchase!
The R-, and LC-Series come with a battery that can power the camera when AC power is not available or is lost during an experiment.
Each Miro camera supports four lens mounts: Nikon F/G, C, PL or EF. EF mounts allow the use of Canon EF and EF-S automated lenses. Adjust lens aperture and focus remotely using our Remote Control Unit or Phantom Camera Control software.
These cameras also have a number of other advanced features including an internal capping shutter, Image-Based Auto-Trigger, camera synchronization, immediate playback of recorded cines, and more!
What's in the Box...
- Power supply
- Ethernet cable
- Battery, battery charger (not available on the LAB-Series)
- 120GB CineFlash and Dock (optional on LAB-Series)
- Mini Break-out-Box (not required on the LAB-Series)
- Two BNC cables (only with the LAB-Series)
* Measured according to ISO 12232:2006 method