First Slow-Motion Phantom Miro M120 Video Doesn’t Disappoint

Cinematographer Jim Geduldick was lucky enough to be the first to test out Vision Research’s new Phantom Miro M120 high-speed camera in the real world, and — luckily for the rest of us — is kind enough to share the results. Falling on the smaller, more rugged side of the Phantom line, the M120 is made to take, well, exactly the kind of footage Geduldick captured. The camera can shoot a whopping 1540 at full 1080p HD, and is estimated to cost anywhere from $25,000 to $60,000 — a bargain compared to the price tags on its more expensive siblings.

(via Gizmodo)

  • Steven Alan Worster

    This is awesome.  Truly is affordable in comparison.

    Also, I believe it’s the Miro M120, not the Micro…

  • Ben Marshall

    another amazing camera… I will never be rich enough to own.

  • Nick Chill

    I want!

  • Michael Zhang

    Thanks :)

  • Steve Waugh

    like Helen implied I can’t believe that someone can get paid $5259 in 1 month on the computer. have you read this site ===>>

  • Azety Azety

    i jizz in my pant.