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Phantom Miro M/R/LC310
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Miro M110 showing Cine/flash storage system

Slow-motion Video camera

Phantom Miro cameras come in a variety of models and a range of performance levels and with three body styles.

The M-Series is targeted at applications where computer control is preferred – for example, a fixed installation where high-speed cines are immediately saved to a computer for viewing and analysis.

The LC-Series has an integrated flip-out LCD touch screen for on-camera control and viewing of recorded cines. It is best employed in applications where the camera will be used in a variety of applications, often requiring portability.

The R-Series is targeted at applications where computer control is used, and is packaged in a robust, shock-tolerant, all-metal body.

Small, lightweight, rugged and packed with advanced features and accessible, the Miro M / R / LC-Series colour and monochrome cameras are ideal for a huge variety of applications that require moderate frame rates at common resolutions. A late addition to this family, the R-Series body style, adds a rugged, high-g rated camera to the Miro family that will allow Phantom Miro technology to be used in crash-test- like environments.

Storage and retrieval
Each Miro310 camera is compatible with CineFlash storage which is a removable, non-volatile storage device that slides into the camera body and provides a quick way to save shots from the camera's memory without the need for time-consuming and costly downloads. Removing the CineFlash from the camera and inserting it into the docking station connected to a computer makes the stored cines immediately available on computer. A 120 GB CineFlash comes as standard with 240 GB as an option.

The cines can also be transferred from the camera to a computer and a the images edited using the 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 and immediate playback of recorded cines.

Special features
3260 fps at 1280 x 800
AC or battery-powered
1 Mpx; 3.2 Gpx/s throughput
Minimum exposure: 1µs using global electronic shutter
Phantom CineFlash storage system
Phantom RCU compatible for portable, untethered applications
Segment memory for up to 63 cines in multi-cine mode
Compact, rugged and lightweight
VEry accessible and easy to learn and to use
Rear view with optional battery
CineFlash in situ
CineFlash and dock


Model Phantom Miro M/R/LC310
Resolution 1280 x 800
Sensor 25.6 mm x 16.0 mm CMOS; Monochrome and colour; 12-bit depth, 20 µm pixel size
Video Output Analog video out (NTSC or PAL) available on Capture Cable and RCU cable
Frame Rate 3200 fps full resolution
Memory 3GB, 6GB, 12GB high-speed internal RAM; Slot for CineFlash support
Mount Types Canon EOS; Nikon F-mount; Nikon F-mount adapter (allows the use of F-mount lenses on EOS mount); 1" C-mount, PL-mount
Temperature and humidity
0°C - 40°C @ 8% to 80% RH (M and R series). -10°C to +50°C @ 10% to 95% RH (LC series)
Connectivity Gb Ethernet for control and data
Power Requirements 12 - 28 VDC, 65W; 100 - 240 VAC power supply included; Rechargeable battery
Dimensions 19 x 9 x 10 cm (L x W x H without lens or battery)
Weight 1.4 kg, without CineFlash, battery or lens (M and R series). 1.6 kg, without CineFlash, battery or lens (LC series)

Phantom Miro family data sheet


 

 

 

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