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New Phantom S991 Machine Vision High-Speed Camera Provides Extreme Throughput with New Fiber Technology
The Phantom S991 employs CoaXPress-over-Fiber technology to deliver up to 9 Gpx/sec (70 Gbps). This throughput translates to over 900 frames per second at a full 9 Mpx resolution of 4096x2304 and over 52,000 fps at lower resolutions, including 2304x16.
Feb 2nd, 2022
Vision Research Launches Phantom T3610 and TMX 5010 Ultrahigh-Speed Cameras With Back Side Illumination
Aug 3rd, 2021
Vision Research Launches Phantom TMX High-Speed Cameras With Back Side Illumination Technology
Vision Research introduces its Phantom® TMX Series, which has improved light sensitivity for extremely fast applications such as combustion, material analysis, crack propagation, spray analysis, ballistics, and cytometry.
Mar 4th, 2021
Focusing on High-Speed and Accuracy in Machine Vision
The term machine vision covers an array of products with varying capabilities, that’s why it’s important to understand the range of functions you’ll need in a camera to address your particular production requirements.
Oct 9th, 2020
Machine Vision Camera Delivers up to 6Gpx/sec (75Gbps)
The Phantom S640 from Vision Research gives demanding applications frame rates up to 1480 fps at full 4 Mpx resolution of 2560 x 1600 and up to 200,715 fps at lower resolutions.
Aug 8th, 2019
High-Speed Streaming Cameras for Machine Vision Applications
The Phantom S210 and S200 from Vision Research provide 2 GP/s (16 Gbps) machine vision.
Jan 29th, 2019
Vision Research: Compact digital camera
The Phantom Miro M320S from Vision Research is a small, lightweight, rugged digital high-speed camera that provides precise control over resolution, frame rate, exposure time, and trigger point, and now includes HD-SDI for advanced monitoring and workflow possibilities.
Apr 10th, 2012
Vision Research: Light-weight 1 megapixel high-speed cameras
The Phantom® v-Series line of 1 megapixel, high-speed cameras from Vision Research, now comes in 4 upgraded models—the v211, v311, v611, and v711, and are lighter weight, more compact, and offer additional on-camera and connectivity controls.
Jul 11th, 2011