Vision Research has announced a new model in its Phantom TMX ultrahigh-speed camera lineup, the TMX 5010. The new camera is an ‘entry-level’ slow-motion camera. By ‘entry-level,’ we mean less expensive than the TMX 7510 and TMX 6410 cameras, but estimates still put the TMX 5010 at costing between $60,000 and $80,000.
The Phantom TMX 5010 features a backside-illuminated image sensor capable of shooting up to 1.16 million frames per second in standard mode.
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