The Phantom Flex is the newest entry to the Phantom Digital Camera Inventory. On the surface, this camera can shoot faster, reach further into the blacks and has an ISO of 800. Impressive numbers, however these statics’ do not truly define the impact this camera is producing within the entertainment and commercial industries.
Don’t be too anxious to pass up the Phantom Gold, just yet. The Gold HD has been adjusted and readjusted. A series of improvements and upgrades gives this camera beautiful control of noise levels and color depth beyond the definition of remarkable. I have never been more impressed with an upgrade or improvement, then the results I am getting from the latest upgrade to the PhantomHD Gold. A remarkable camera to begin with, particularly impressive is the operational confidence through the steadiness of the black balance that the new thermal stability provides. The blacks are extremely clean with a much-improved low noise level.
This website is kind of a Starters Guide to How the Phantom Works. Click here to move to "Lesson One."
If you are just getting into the Phantom scene and need a brief review of what the phantom is and how it works, I would suggest you link to the Vision Research website. If you are looking for a comprehensive primer of the Phantom workflow and post-production demands, this website was designed to answer questions I am frequently asked. Please feel free to call me or email with anything that is not clear or if you need additional assistance.