The Phantom HD Camera

Imagine the possibilities of achieving 35mm depth of field with a digital camera. Of course it will set back some studio or director nearly $120,000, but still.

From Uncrate: “Sure, it costs as much as 47 Canon 5D MK IIs, but you’d need nearly that many — configured in some sort of crazy, Matrix-like setup — to match the unbelievable 1,052 fps high-speed 1080p recording of the Phantom HD Camera ($118,000). Other jaw-dropping specs include ISO 640 sensitivity, the ability to achieve 35mm depth-of-field, up to 32GB of in-camera memory with hot-swappable CineMag flash memory magazines up to 512GB, compatibility with 35mm accessories, an 11-stop dynamic range, 14-bit sensor depth, a maximum resolution of 2048×2048, and the ability to capture slow-motion gems like this and this.”

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