At this year NAB 2013 show Vision Research has taken the opportunity to unveiled their new Phantom Flex4K camera which is capable of shooting up to 1000fps in 4K.
The new Phantom Flex4K camera features include a Super-35 CMOS sensor, 16:9 4096×2304 resolution, plus 12+ stops of dynamic range.
The Phantom Flex4K is available with up to 64 Gigabytes of internal RAM, together with features such as Loop mode which records into the RAM buffer at the camera’s top speeds, then once the camera is triggered the files can be quickly offloaded to an installed Phantom CineMag IV. Vision Research explains a little more about the Phantom Flex4K camera:
“Designed with the cinematographer in mind, the form factor of the Phantom Flex4K adapts to a variety of shooting environments. From the studio to extreme conditions, the Phantom Flex4K is built to perform.
At 4K resolution the Phantom Flex4K offers super-35mm depth of field. The custom 10-megapixel sensor captures intricate detail with impressive dynamic range and low noise. This means excellent image quality and low-light performance. Intelligent temperature control and advanced mechanical design provides quick to shoot capability with an ultra stable image.”
The Vision Research Phantom Flex4K camera is priced from $109,900 to $164,900 depending on the camera and features you require.
4096 x 2304 (max res) – 900 fps
4096 x 2160 (4K standard) – 1000 fps
3840 x 2160 (16 x 9) – 1000 fps
1920 x 1080 (16 x 9) – 2000 fps
1280 x 720 (16 x 9) – 3000 fps
For more information on the new Phantom Flex4K camera jump over to the Abelcine website for details.
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