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Phantom Miro C320 and C320J  

Leading manufacturer of Phantom High-Speed cameras, Vision Research, has introduced the Phantom Miro C320J and C320 to their extensive range of on-board and off-board high-speed cameras for automotive crash test systems.

With frame rates of 1,480 fps at 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution and over 90,000 fps at lower resolutions, these new Miro cameras provide ample speed for a broad range of automotive safety applications and scenarios.

The Senior Product Manager for Vision Research, Doreen Clark, says the Phantom Miro C320J and C320 are designed to offer an extremely reliable solution for crash testing applications where you only get one chance to capture valuable data as vehicles are being destroyed as part of the testing.

“With the introduction of the Miro C320J and C320, crash test centers can now rely on Phantom High-Speed cameras for a complete on-board and off-board solutions,” she said.

Photo: The Miro c320 and c320J connects easily to the Miro2.0 J-Box for simple, multi-camera functionality  

“Customers can use exactly the same software and protocols with the Miro C320J or C320 as they do with other Phantom cameras like the media-quality Phantom VEO4K. This greatly simplifies processing and provides great image quality. We’re excited about the efficiency and quality this comprehensive approach brings.”

The Miro C320J and C320 are rugged, small models, that are tested (by a third-party Govt standard test house) and proven to withstand shocks of up to 170G and vibrations of 24 Grms. Additionally, these cameras offer a 10-µm pixel sensor for high sensitivity and short shutter times, and most importantly an internal back-up battery plus flash memory in order to ensure critical test images are not lost in the case of a power failure or ther extreme event.

The Miro C320J and C320 focus on image protection, especially in harsh and light starved environments. They use the same reliable battery as the C210 series and include 128GB internal CineFlash.

CineFlash is a removable, non-volatile storage device that slides into the camera body and provides a way to quickly save shots from the camera's memory without the need for time-consuming and costly downloads. The CineFlash module is later removed from the camera and inserted into the docking station which is connected to a computer making the stored cines immediately available on the computer. The cines can also be transferred from the camera to the computer and the images edited using the bundled Phantom Camera Control software.

13 shots (image sequences) can be saved into the 128GB Flash before downloading is required which is ideal for situations with repeat set ups or with repeat experiments.


  Key Features  

Image Protection

Small & Light


Specifically designed to protect valuable images if a cable is severed during an experiment. Each camera has local memory, including an internal, non-removable 128G CineFlash for image storage. The cameras can be set to save all images immediately to the non-volatile CineFlash. An internal battery provides up to 30 minutes of back-up power should AC power be lost.

At 73 mm x 73 mm x 82.5 mm and weighing just 0.54 kg, the C320 and C320J are cubes small enough to fit into the tightest places.

Modular and flexible for
multi-camera configurations

Rugged & Durable

The Miro C320 C320J connects easily with the popular Miro J-Box 2.0 Junction Box for simple multi-camera functionality, operating with the same single software. The C320J connects to the J-Box with one simple, rugged cable that contains power, ethernet and signaling. For added flexibility, the C320 may be used as a stand-alone camera or can connect to the J-Box 2.0 with an adapter to the same single cable. Offering complete on-board and off-board flexibility, the Miro J-Box 2.0 also operates seamlessly with other Miro and VEO cameras.

Rigorous, third-party testing at 170 G (IAW MIL-STD-810G) for shock, and 17 Grms (IAW MIL-STD-202G) for vibration, makes these cameras extremely rugged and so withstand the most challenging environments.
  Additional Benefits  
  Additional Benefits    

- 10-µm pixel ensuring visibility in light starved conditions
- Easily fitted into Phantom automotive crash test system

- Image based auto trigger
- Easily fitted into Phantom automotive crash test system


Quick Specs:
Miro C320J & C320
Sensor Resolution
1920 x 1080
Pixel size
Sensor Size
19.2 x 10.8 mm
8GB or 16GB internal RAM, 128GB internal, non-removable CineFlash


Need a price or more information? Please email Adept Turnkey or call our offices

Adept Turnkey Pty Ltd Smarter Imaging for Better Lives. Distributor of Vision Research products in Australia and New Zealand

To find out more about any Vision Research product, please call:
Perth (08) 9242 5411 / Sydney (02) 9905 5551 / Melbourne (03) 9384 1775



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