Eight models; four performance levels;
two body styles and catering to the all-purpose market
With a choice of 8 models, selecting the high-speed camera that suits your specific needs and budget is easier with the versatility and flexibility of this newest product family.
The Phantom VEO is offered with two body configurations - either L (Light) or S (Full-featured). The L style includes everything needed for software-based capture and motion analysis and suits traditional imaging applications, while the extra-featured S models include additional signal availability, on-camera controls, ruggedized connectors and compatibility with removable CFast 2.0 storage media. The S models are appropriate when high-resolution imaging is required.
All models are built rugged and able to withstand up to 30G, as configured, or up to 100G without the internal mechanical shutter option.
Both L and S versions are available with a choice of three levels of on-board memory (18, 36 or 72 GB). Additionally, the S models come with a CFast 2.0 non-volatile memory card them to operate as remote and un-tethered cameras. Captured cines are transferred, via Gb Ethernet, from the camera's on-board RAM to the CFast card thus eliminating downtime by keeping the camera online and waiting for the next capture. Segmenting the memory up to 63 times, allows for fast, uninterrupted capture of shorter events on both L and S camera versions.
With up to 72 GB RAM, the Phantom VEO can capture more frames than most. Recording times at full resolution range from 6.5 seconds (VEO 710) to 15 seconds (VEO 340). At reduced resolution, up to 5 minutes can be captured with the VEO 340. Cameras with 36 GB or 18GB RAM, record for 1/2 and 1/4 the duration, respectively.
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Both the VEO 640S and the VEO 340S include features such as additional signal availability, on-camera controls for use with video monitors, ruggedized connectors and compatibility with removable CFast 2.0 storage media. Additionally, the cameras' small 5" form factor, together with Abel Cine Essentials kit, enable a number of different rigging options.
Available with a choice of three levels of on-board memory capacities (18, 36 or 72 GB), these two VEO models also offer a CFast 2.0 non-volatile memory card media for optimum workflow. Cines are recorded to the camera's on-board RAM, trimmed and then saved to CFast media which can be swapped out when full. This workflow eliminates downtime by keeping the camera online and waiting for the next capture. Multiple takes are also possible with the large 72GB RAM capacity which can be segmented up to 63 times and also allowing fast and uninterrupted capture of shorter events. The desired workflow will dictate which of the two choices are viable. The camera does not have Run/Stop mode which is why cines must be recorded to RAM first.
Capturing more frames than most comparable cameras in today's market and depending on the type of shot being taken, the frame rate and resolution can be adjusted. For the VEO 640S, shoot 1400 fps at 2560 x 1600 or reduce the resolution to 1920 x 1080 for 2500 fps. The VEO 340S can provide 800 fps at full resolution and 1100 fps at the reduced resolution of 1920 x 1080. Other variations to resolution and frame rate are also possible. Recording time at full resolution and into maximum internal memory for the VEO 640S is 8.5 seconds. For the VEO 340S, recoding time is 15 seconds at maximum resolution and into maximum internal memory.
The VEO family is offered at a lower price point than Vision Research's other high-performance camera