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How Phantom Cameras Are Made

We were happy to have one of our favorite YouTubers, Gavin from The SlowMo Guys in house to see what goes on behind the scenes.
10/21/2016 |  

Universite Libre de Bruxelles Studies Microfluidics Using a Phantom Camera

With the addition of the Phantom camera the students and faculty will be monitoring the Droplet Encapsulation.
10/11/2016 |  

Phantom VEO 710S Enhances Graduate Studies at Oregon State University

Researchers and graduate students at Oregon State University will be enhancing their study capabilities with the introduction of a...
10/10/2016 |  

LEGO Car & TEMA Demonstrate Motion Analysis

A Lego car never looked so high-tech until it was captured by a Phantom high-speed camera and analyzed by IMAGESYSTEMS. A Phantom Miro...
10/3/2016 |  

Introducing the Phantom VEO ® Family, Exceptional Imaging Power and Features, All New Compact and Rugged Design


Phantom VEO high-speed cameras are available in four performance levels and two body styles (L and S-models) offering customized solutions for a variety of motion analysis applications, from scientific research to material testing and precision imaging for the defense industry.

Each VEO model employs a custom 12-bit, 35mm CMOS sensor with a choice of lens mount between Nikon F, Canon EF, PL and C-mount. The housing is roughly a 5” (12.5 cm) cube weighing approximately 5 lbs (2.5 kg) and is built to perform in tough environments. Other common features include RAM up to 72GB, 3G HD-SDI and HDMI video outputs, internal mechanical shutter, Exposure Index controls, image-based auto trigger and Programmable I/O architecture.

Choose the ‘L’ model for typical software-based imaging and motion analysis in a lab or office. Choose the ‘S’ model to take advantage of additional signals, on-camera controls, secondary 12V power input, rugged connectors and compatibility with removable CFast 2.0 storage media.

Key specifications for individual models:


VEO 710

VEO 640

VEO 410

VEO 340

Max resolution

1280 x 800

2560 x 1600

1280 x 800

2560 x 1600

FPS at max res





Max fps at reduced res

680,000 (std); 1,000,000 (optional)




Exposure Index range

Mono: 6400 - 32,000 D; Color: 2,000 - 10,000 D

Mono: 6400 - 32,000 D; Color: 1250 - 6400 D

Mono: 6400 - 32,000 D; Color: 2,000 - 10,000 D

Mono: 6400 - 32,000 D; Color: 1250 - 6400 D


Visit the Phantom VEO product pages for more information. Stay up to date with announcements and other news on Twitter @phantomHiSpeed, Facebook at “visionresearch” and by visiting the Vision Research blog

Featured Product

Phantom Ultrahigh-Speed Cameras


The newest additions to the Phantom Ultrahigh-speed UHS family offer significantly increased memory options as well as other features that make data management much easier.  The v2512, v2012, v1612 and v1212 all come equipped with either 72GB, 144GB, or 288GB of RAM and can be compatible with the CineMag IV, providing access to up to 2TB of non-volatile memory to quickly store critical data.  All members of the UHS-12 Series have superb sensitivity and the same frame rates as the UHS-11 cameras.


Miro R-Series Updated

We have updated the popular Miro R-Series camera family. We added two models, the R141 and R341 for applications requiring a 4 megapixel camera. We also added a door to the CineFlash slot making the camera family more attractive for outdoor use. The internal mechanical shutter which allows for automatic and/or remote black referencing is now standard with each camera.

Download new Miro Family datasheet


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Vision Research's Phantom digital high-speed cameras are made in the USA at our factory in Wayne, New Jersey.

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