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Description

 

  • Available only in the LAB body style
  • 1,850 fps at 1280 x 1280
  • 3.2 Gpx/s throughput
  • 1 µs minimum exposure, global shutter
  • 10 µm pixel size
  • 12-bit pixel depth
  • Phantom CineFlash compatible

 

        Introducing the third generation of Phantom Miro cameras. Small, lightweight, rugged and packed with advanced features. The most accessible high-speed cameras available today, Miro cameras are ideal for a huge variety of applications that require moderate frame rates at common resolutions.

        The Miro LAB3a10 is an alternate 1 Mpx camera to our popular Miro 310 camera. It boasts a larger resolution at 1280 x 1280 and a smaller 10µm pixel. Many applications benefit from a smaller pixel size.

        The Phantom Miro LAB3a10 is a 1.6 megapixel camera with 3.2 Gigapixels/second (Gpx/s) throughput. This translates to 1,850 frames-per-second (fps) at full 1280 x 1280 resolution. Frame rates up to 310,000 fps are available at reduced resolutions. The minimum digital exposure is 1µs and the camera is available in both color and monochrome versions. The Miro LAB3a10 uses microlenses on its custom-designed CMOS sensor to achieve great light sensitivity, and with 12-bit pixel depth you can expect excellent image quality.

        Each Miro camera is compatible with Vision Research's new and unique CineFlash storage technology. These removable, non-volatile storage devices slide into the camera body and provide a way to quickly save shots from the camera's memory without the need for time-consuming and costly downloads. Later, remove the CineFlash module from the camera and insert it into the docking station connected to a computer. Cines stored on the CineFlash are now immediately available on the computer. You can also transfer the cines from the camera to your computer and edit the images using our Phantom Camera Control software (PCC). CineFlash modules and the associated CineFlash Dock are optional accessories to the Miro LAB3a10.

        Each Miro camera supports four lens mounts: Nikon F/G, C, PL or EOS. EOS mounts allow the use of Canon EF and EF-S automated lenses. Adjust lens aperture and focus remotely using Phantom Camera Control software. When using a C-mount we recommend the use of 4/3" lenses for full sensor coverage.

        Miro cameras also have a number of other advanced features including an internal capping shutter, Image-Based Auto-Trigger, camera synchronization, immediate playback of recorded cines, and more!

        What's in the Box...

        • Power supply
        • Ethernet cable
        • Two BNC cables
        • Phantom PCC software

        * Measured according to ISO 12232:2006 method

          Videos

          Note: The high speed movies are all taken with this camera. They have been greatly reduced in resolution and compressed in size so we can show them to you on the web. Movie quality directly from the camera is superior to what you will see here.

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          Specifications

          Resolution/Speed (fps)
          1280 x 1280
          1,850
          1280 x 1024
          2,310
          1024 x 1024
          2,780
          1280 x 800
          2,950
          1280 x 720 3,280
          896 x 720
          4,390
          640 x 480 8,450
          512 x 512
          9,290
          384 x 288 19,400
          256 x 256 27,200
          128 x 128 66,600
          128 x 64 114,700
          12 x 8 311,000

          Short Description

          • The 3a10 camera, currently only available in the LAB style, is an "alternate" 1Mpx camera to the Miro 310. It provides a 1280 x 1280 resolution sensor with 10 µm pixels. Some applications benefit from smaller pixel sizes, and this camera is targeted at those applications. Actually a 1.6 Mpx camera, it can take up to 1850 fps at full resolution.

          Throughput/Speed

          • 3.2 Gpx/s
          • Maximum speed at full resolution of 1280 x 1280 is 1850 fps
          • Maximum speed at reduced resolution of 64 x 8 is 325,000 fps
          • Minimum frame rate is 24 fps
          • Minimum shutter speed is 1 microsecond

          Sensor Specifications

          • 1920 x 1200 pixels
          • 10 µm pixel size
          • 19.2 mm x 12.0 mm
          • 12-bit depth
          • ISO Monochrome 5,000D; 12,500T
          • ISO Color 1,250D; 1,600T
          • TE cooled
          • CAR in 64 x 8 increments
          • Fill factor: 70%
          • Dynamic range: 55 dB
          • Read out noise at 21.6°C (typical): 21e-
          • Full well capacity (typical): 12100e-

          Exposure

          • 1 µs minimum exposure
          • Global electronic shutter
          • Extreme Dynamic Range (EDR)
          • Auto Exposure
          • Shutter Off mode for PIV applications

          Memory

          • 6GB, 12GB high-speed internal RAM
          • CineFlash support

          Record Times

          • 2.6 seconds at maximum frame rate, 12-bit depth, largest resolution into maximum internal memory

          Special Features

          • Segment memory for up to 63 cines in multi-cine mode
          • Image-Based Auto-Trigger
          • Continuous recording
          • Memory gate
          • Event marking
          • Frame timestamp
          • IRIG In (modulated or unmodulated)
          • Shutter off mode for PIV exposure
          • 1.4µs straddle time
          • Burst mode
          • Standard internal mechanical shutter for automatic/remote Current Session Reference (CSR)
          • Secondary IP address
          • Field-based firmware upgrade capable

          Triggering

          • Programmable trigger location (pre/post trigger recording)
          • Image Based Auto Trigger standard
          • Trigger from software
          • Hardware trigger BNC

          Timing & Synchronization

          • 20ns timing accuracy
          • Frame synchronization to internal or external clock (FSYNC)
          • IRIG In (modulated or unmodulated)

          Signaling

          • I/O-1 can be assigned FSYNC, Event, Strobe or Memgate; I/O-2 can be assigned Ready or Strobe: IRIG-in and Trigger have dedicated BNCs
          • (There is no analog video on this camera)

          Ethernet Connection

          • Gb Ethernet for control and data

          Camera Control

          • Phantom Camera Control software (PCC)
          • SDK available

          Video Out

          • No video out

          Lensing

          • The following mounts are available:
          • Canon EOS
          • Nikon F-mount
          • Nikon F mount adapter (allows the use of F-mount lenses on EOS mount)
          • 1" C-mount
          • PL-mount

          Video Processing

          • N/A

          Data Acquisition

          • Native Support in PCC
          • National instruments X- and M- Series

          Motion Analysis

          • Basic measurements via Phantom Application:
          • Distance
          • Speed
          • Acceleration
          • Angles and Angular Speed
          • Manual and Automatic point collection for target tracking
          • Compatible with 3rd party solutions

          Supported File Formats

          • Cine, Cine Compressed, Cine RAW, AVI, h.264 mp4, Apple ProRes .mov, Multipage TIFF, MXF PAL, MXF NTSC, Uncompressed QuickTime, Windows BMP, OS/2 BMP, PCX, TGA, TIFF, LEAD, JPEG, JTIF, RAW, DNG, DPX

          Power

          • 12 - 28 VDC, 40 W
          • 100 - 240 VAC power supply included

          Mechanical Specifications

          • See chart (add link)

          Environmental Specifications

          • See chart (add link)

          API’s

          • Phantom SDK
          • LabView
          • MatLab

          Ships Standard with

          • Power supply
          • Ethernet cable
          • BNC cables
          • PCC software

          Options

          • 120GB or 240GB CineFlash with Dock

          Popular Accessories

          • Additional CineFlash modules

           

           

           

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