The Phantom Miro N5 from Vision Research is a tiny modular camera based on a 0.5 MP CMOS sensor that provides 250 MP/s, with 560 frames per second (fps) at maximum resolution of 768 x 600 and over 1,000 fps at 512 x 472. The 10-bit sensor is 4.68 mm diagonal and available in color or monochrome. The system has three simple, interchangeable components and flows seamlessly into the Miro Junction Box.
Miro N5 Camera head: A small cube camera head measuring just 32mm x 32mm x 29mm, this tiny camera head can do big things. The head has a fixed aperture and accepts S-mount lenses.
CXP cable: All images and signals are transferred instantaneously through the CXP cable, using standard CoaXPress protocols. Every last image is safe if the head or cable is damaged. The 10 Meter cable is strain relieved in the head, field-replaceable, and provides ample length to position the camera head.
Miro N-JB Base: The Base functions like a Miro C210J camera, complete with 8GB of RAM, 128GB internal CineFlash, and battery for back-up. It connects to the Miro Junction Box through a System Cable. It measures 187mm (L) x 53.5mm (W) x 75mm (H) with a Miro JBox bolting pattern for convenient mounting.
All components are interchangeable for maximum convenience and flexibility, and the system is Hi-G and tests to 150G Shock.