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Header image for article First Look: Vision Research Phantom Miro LC320S

First Look: Vision Research Phantom Miro LC320S

Today, Vision Research revealed the new Phantom Miro LC320S Digital Cinema High-Speed Camera, which brings together the best of the two Phantom camera lines. The Phantom Flex, and its predecessor the HD Gold, introduced straightforward, on-camera controls and ease of use to digital high-speed imaging, while Miro cameras offer the same uncompressed RAW HD high-speed capture a in small, lightweight package.

Now, with the addition of an on-board LCD touchscreen with full menu controls, the Miro LC320S is the first truly portable, self-contained digital cinema high frame rate camera.

Watch the video above for a brief overview, and see our webpage for additional information.

Mitch Gross
Contributor

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