The Phantom v1610 high-speed camera has received public recognition by winning the ‘Best of What’s New’ 2011 award given out by Popular Science.
Popular Science, a world-leading science and technology magazine chooses 100 innovative tech products and gadgets each year to be included in their annual ‘Best of’ awards where editors select breakthrough products and technologies that represent a significant leap in their respective categories.
The win is testament to the market knowledge, forward thinking and hard work of the Phantom development team in raising the bar in the high-speed imaging industry.
An excellent vision tool for researchers, scientists and engineers who need to capture high-resolution images at ultra-high speeds, the Phantom v1610 offers the opportunity to view events previously too fast to see or analyse.
At 60% faster than any other camera in the market today, the Phantom v1610 cameras are designed with versatility, flexibility and cutting-edge innovation.
Key features of Phantom v1610 high speed cameras:
- Widescreen CMOS sensor can acquire and save up to 16 gigapixels-per-second of data
- Superfast frame rates of 16,000 frames-per-second at its full resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels
- Rectangular 1-megapixel sensor allows the user to keep moving objects in the frame for longer and is compatible in aspect ratio with modern display technology
- Based on Vision Research's proprietary sensor
- Offers high speeds and larger 28-micron pixels that allow for superior sensitivity when shooting in low light