Vision Research has this week taken the wraps of its new line of high-speed digital cameras, introducing the Vision Research’s M110, M310, and M120 which have been designed to capture images we would normally not see with the human eye using their super slow motion capture.
The M120 is capable of capturing 730fps at a full resolution of 1920 x 1200, but using the more standard 1920 x 1080 adds another 70fps, but if you need you can push this up to 200,000 fps, but the pixel count will drop accordingly.
The Vision Research M110 has a 1.6 Gigapixel/second (Gpx/s) throughput, making possible image capture up to 1600 frames-per-second (fps) at full resolution. The M310 has a 3.2 Gpx/s throughput and can capture up to 3200 fps at full resolution. The Miro M110 and M310 are both a 1-megapixel and are capable of capturing footage up to a 1280 x 800 resolution, where are the M110, can achieve a 1600 fps at full resolution and the M310 3200 fps.
The new Vision Research Phantom Miro M-Series Digital High-speed camera range will be arriving in January 2012 and will start at $25,000.
Source: EngadgetFiled Under: Camera News, Technology News