Introducing the Phantom Flex4K Digital Cinema Camera
Vision Research is excited to formally launch our third-generation camera designed for the TV & motion picture industry, the Phantom Flex4K. Exceptional image quality and variable frame rates combined with features such as an advanced on-camera control interface and integrated battery solutions are available to allow this camera to perform in any production environment.
• Full resolution 4096 x 2304
• Up to 1,000 fps at 4096 x 2160
• Phantom CineMag® IV recording media (1TB & 2TB)
• 32GB or 64GB of internal memory
• Multi-channel 3G HD-SDI outputs supporting dual-link 4K video
• Support for both component and HD-SDI-based viewfinders
• Both Mac and Windows based software for download and file conversion
The Phantom Flex4K provides images with extremely low-noise and impressive dynamic range from its super-35mm 4K sensor. At 4K resolution, the camera can record up to 1,000 fps,, and up to 2,000 fps at 2K resolutions. A new Phantom CineMag, called the CineMag IV, the new CineStation IV, and a new HD OLED viewfinder are also part of the system.
Other unique features include an all-new camera control interface, which eliminates the need for a computer on set, optional battery mounts and several auxiliary power outputs from the camera body.
For additional details, please visit the official product page here
Download the datasheet here
Check out our FAQ's for the new Flex4K here
Download the official press release here
Phantom Camera Control (PCC) Software Supports NI DAQ Modules
The newest version of PCC has a lot of new features, but one that we are very excited by, is native support for National Instruments™ X- and M-Series Data Acquisition (DAQ) modules. Once the NI software drivers are installed on a computer running PCC, it will recognize any compatible DAQ module attached via USB.
This allows you to obtain data from a wide range of sensors during an experiment, and then visualize those data synchronized with slow-motion video captured using almost any Phantom camera.
For more information, visit the PCC, National Instruments DAQ Integration page
The Phantom v1610 Provides a Widescreen CMOS Sensor & Delivers a Speed of 16,000 fps at Full Resolution
The Phantom v1610 camera is a powerful new addition to the Phantom v-Series family of digital high-speed cameras. Designed with versatility and flexibility at the forefront, it is an excellent tool for researchers, scientists and engineers who need to capture high-resolution images at ultra-high speeds. With our proprietary widescreen CMOS sensor, the v1610 can acquire and save up to 16 gigapixels-per-second of data.