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Phantom Camera Products


Phantom v411

  • Custom-designed 1280 x 800 CMOS sensor
  • Extreme Dynamic Range (EDR): two exposures per frame
  • Internal Mechanical Shutter mechanism for hands-free / remote CSRs
  • Memory Segmentation: up to 63 segments
  • Non-volatile, hot-swappable Phantom CineMag memory magazines 
  • ISO Monochrome 20,000T; 6,400D; Color 2,500T; 2,000D



The Phantom v411® feature a widescreen 1280 x 800 CMOS sensor – 25% wider than most competitive models – allowing you to keep moving targets in-frame longer and see more of the event you are recording. The wide sensor also allows you to get true 1280 x 720 HD images from a 1Mpx camera.

With a pixel size of 20 microns and improved quantum efficiency, the Phantom v411 digital high-speed camera has the sensitivity you need for even the most challenging lighting conditions. The camera’s minimum exposure time of 1 microsecond eliminates blur and allows you to see the smallest of details.

The Phantom v411 can take over 4,000 frames-per-second (fps) at full resolution (4,200 fps, actually!). Top speeds at reduced resolution are an impressive 600,000 fps!

Like all Phantom® 1 Megapixel v-Series Cameras, the v411 comes with 8GB, 16GB or 32GB internal high-speed memory. Segmenting memory allows you to divide this into up to 63 segments so you can take multiple shots back-to-back without the need to download data from the camera.

Or, record directly to our Phantom CineMag non-volatile, hot-swappable memory magazines. You can continuously record full resolution cines into a CineMag at up to 780 fps. That’s just over 2 minutes into the 128GB CineMag, 4.25 minutes into the 256GB, or 8.5 minutes into the 512GB version. Or, record at even higher speeds into camera RAM, then manually or automatically move your recording to the CineMag.

What's in the Box...

  • Power supply
  • Ethernet cable
  • Capture cable
  • Phantom PCC software
  • Getting Started Guide