Ruggedized camera

  • 31-May-2013 02:54 EDT
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Vision Research’s new Phantom Miro R-Series camera features a ruggedized body style. It is targeted at applications in harsh environments where the camera must survive high shock and vibration as well as a range of operating temperatures from -20 to 50°C (-4 to 122°F). Offered in the same four performance levels available in the other Phantom Miro body styles (110, 310, 120, and 320S), the Miro R-Series is suitable for applications such as automotive crash tests, high-speed sleds, and explosives research. As with the other Miro models, the R-Series has an external rechargeable battery (BP-U30 only) and CineFlash nonvolatile data storage system. It includes flexible tools for both qualitative and quantitative analysis and is Phantom remote control unit (RCU) compatible. Specifications include: >100 G shock; 25 Grms random vibration; and 0-50,000 ft (0-15, 240 m) operational altitude.

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