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Header image for article At the Bench: Introducing the Phantom VEO

At the Bench: Introducing the Phantom VEO

The Phantom VEO from Vision Research brings many of the features and tools from their Flex cameras into a compact and rugged form factor.

Using the same 2.5K global sensor as the Flex and Miro, the VEO 640S is capable of recording up to 1400 frames at full resolution (2560x1600) or over 2800 frames at HD resolution. The VEO uses readily-available CFast2.0 media and includes a bevy of integrated control IO ports, while the body maintains a small footprint at 5"x5"x5".

Of course, no Phantom camera would be complete without AbelCine Cameo accessories. We're introducing several options for filmmakers to build the VEO to suit their needs. Whether you're interested in the the VEO essentials bundle, swivel mount, or the new PCU2+, watch my video above as I showcase two different builds. You'll also get a sneak peak at a prototype of the new VEOBoB!

To view some sample VEO 640S footage, check out the videos below.

Jeff Lee
Director of Education, AbelCine

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