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Phantom Miro M320S Expands High-Speed Horizons

The new Phantom Miro line and its flagship M320S are the latest groundbreaking high-speed cameras from Vision Research. With a small form factor, affordable price point, uncompromised image quality and ultra high-speed capability, they make high quality high-speed accessible to more professional image-makers than ever before.



Miro is so small and lightweight it's exceptionally handholdable. Weighing just 3 lbs without accessories, and with a petite 7.5x3.5x4" body, Miro fits easily in tight spaces.

Miro is a natural choice whenever size and weight are factors, like on small jibs, body mounts, car and bike rigs.

The portability of Miro means it can be adapted to extreme environments. Outfit it with a splash bag or housing for underwater work. Mount it to a remote controlled chopper, or use it as a wing cam for stunning high-speed aerial shots.

Miro can be installed as a remote camera in sports arenas or for nature docs. It also makes an ideal choice for stunt work or as a crash cam.



Phantom Miro M320SMiro is the most affordable professional high-speed digital camera. For the first time, owner-operators can add Phantom to their standard toolkit. With Miro's portability, it's easy to take it along and grab a high-speed shot whenever the opportunity arises. Miro works beautifully as a high-speed pick-up camera when a dedicated Phantom Flex just isn't in the budget. With AbelCine's HDx2 optical adapter, Miro can even serve as a high-speed, run-n-gun B-camera on 2/3" ENG shoots.

With Miro, high-speed is no longer reserved for specialty projects. Now you can add high-speed elements to low-budget indie films, regional broadcast of college sports, or medium to low budget commercial work.



Miro's affordability does not mean that you have to compromise on quality. The M320S boasts a 12-bit, 2-megapixel CMOS sensor, 1920x1080 resolution at 1540 fps, 1100 ISO, and a 35mm depth of field. In fact, the entire Miro lineup let's you choose the appropriate balance between top frame rate, resolution and price.

Miro is versatile. With available PL, Nikon F and EOS lens mounts, the camera integrates with practically all of your camera systems and lens inventory.

Miro stores RAW cine files onto onboard CineFlash drives, and the M320S offers the added feature of an HD-SDI output. So, whether you work in the cinema or broadcast world, Miro delivers stunning, full HD images. The CineFlash drives used by Miro are the most cost-effective data storage in the Phantom lineup, and the RAW cine files are widely compatible with most existing platforms and editing systems, for an efficient workflow. For more details on Miro and its workflow, visit our Miro FAQ page.

AbelCine has developed a line of accessories specifically for Miro that outfit the camera for any professional production environment.



Miro is truly a breakthrough, because it opens up high-speed to genres and applications where the technology would previously not have been practical.

Extreme sports, sports analysis, multi-media and art installations, web-based content, performance and event applications -- with the ultimate combination of mobility, affordability and performance, Miro's applications are only limited by your imagination.

AbelCine Team
Our Technical Specialists contributed to this blog.

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