The Phantom® v711 provides a widescreen CMOS sensor and greater than 7 Gigapixels/second throughput
- 1280 x 800 resolution
- Max speed at reduced resolution of 128 x 8 is 680,000 fps (standard), 1,400,000 fps (optional)
- 1 μs minimum exposure, 300 ns with the FAST option
- ISO Monochrome 20,000T; 6,400D; Color 2,500T; 2,000T
- Dual 4:4:4 HD-SDI ports or two single 4:2:2 HD-SDI ports
- Records direct to CineMag up to 800 Mpx/second
The Phantom® v711 is the second-generation v710 camera. It contains the same powerful specifications as its predecessor, though it is smaller, lighter, and boasts additional on-camera and connectivity controls requested by users. Its “range ready” white body helps keep it cooler when shooting in direct sunlight.
The v711 includes our proprietary widescreen 1280 x 800 CMOS sensor, which allows you to keep moving targets in the frame longer and see more of the event you are recording. The wide sensor also enables true 1280 x 720 HD images from a 1Mpx camera. With the v711, you can achieve a maximum speed of 7530 frames-per-second at full resolution. At reduced resolutions, the camera can deliver up to 680,000 frames-per-second or up to 1,400,000 fps with the FAST option.
Users can take full advantage of the camera’s Versatile Dual HD-SDI ports that provide 4:4:4 video (except at 60 fps), or two single 4:2:2 HD-SDI ports—one for playback and one always live. The v711 can also record direct to CineMag at up to 800 megapixels/second.
Additional features that set it apart from other cameras in its class include our Extreme Dynamic Range feature, which gives you the ability to get two different exposures within a single frame so areas that would otherwise be overexposed contain image detail. Additionally, the Auto Exposure function lets the camera automatically adjust to changing lighting conditions. The ability to trigger from motion in an image with our unique Image-Based Auto-Trigger feature is now standard as is an Internal Mechanical Shutter which eliminates the need to manually cap the lens during a black balance.
What's in the Box...
- Power supply
- Ethernet cable
- Capture cable
- Phantom PCC software
- Getting Started Guide