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Phantom T1340 High-Speed camera

Vision Research has announced the Phantom T1340 high-speed camera. The T1340 is a 4 Mpx high-speed camera in a compact housing that is designed for scientific, industrial, and range based applications. However, there is no reason why it couldn’t be used for some specialized filmmaking applications.

The Phantom T1340, a high-resolution camera that captures images up to 13 Gpx/second, doubling the capabilities of other 4 Megapixel cameras in its class.

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The camera uses a 2048 x 1952 low-noise sensor and it can shoot at up to 3,120 fps in that resolution. In HD it can shoot up to 6,160 fps, and at reduced resolutions, it can shoot at up to 113,510 fps.

Key Specifications

  • Custom 12-bit CMOS sensor
  • 2048 x 1952 at 3,270 frames per second (fps)
  • 1920 x 1080 at 6,160 fps
  • Maximum frame rate: 113,510 fps at reduced resolution
  • Native ISO: Mono 16,000D (25,000D Binned); Color 4,000D (6,400D Binned)
  • SDI & HDMI outputs
  • Available with 36, 72 or 144 GB RAM
  • Compact size: 5 x 5 x 8 inches
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Lens mount choices that are available include:

  • PL
  • Nikon F
  • Canon EF
  • Threaded C and M42

The compact form factor makes it ideal for measurement applications such as object tracking, flow visualization, microscopy, and modern imaging techniques, like Digital Image Correlation (DIC). A binned mode is included to provide higher throughput and a sensitivity boost at 1 Megapixel and below.

Workflow features of the T1340, which are ideal for applications in outdoor range environments, include Phantom CineMag V compatibility for an ultra-fast and secure workflow. The CineMag also supports direct recording and you can get up to 144GB RAM.

A 10Gb ethernet option is available for fast file downloads, enabling users to continue shooting with reduced downtime in any environment. The on-camera controls, video outputs, and CineMag compatibility enable a standalone operation.

There doesn’t seem to be any indication yet about pricing or availability.

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