From the press release:
The Phantom Flex4K offers exceptional image quality, new workflow options, a user-friendly camera control interface, and outstanding performance at both ultra high-speed and standard frame rates.
Capture the full 4K super 35mm sensor and then save those files at full resolution, or choose to output them at 2K resolution for a rich, over-sampled image. Sync-sound frame rates and time code is fully supported. For high-speed capture, it’s possible to record up to 940 fps at the camera’s full resolution of 4096×2304, 1,000 fps at 4096×2160, up to 2,000 fps when windowed down to 1920×1080, and over 3,000 fps at 1280×720.
Additional high-performance features include:
Recording Media: Phantom CineMag™IV, up to 2TB
RAM: Up to 64GB of internal memory
Monitoring: Three main 3G HD-SDI outputs, which can be configured as independent 4:4:4 1080p signals or used together to supply a dual-link 4K output while maintaining a live HD signal
Viewfinder: A new, high-quality Phantom OLED HD Viewfinder is part of the system. Support for both component and HD-SDI-based viewfinders are included.
System power: 1x main 24V input; Optional Integrated battery mount supporting industry standard batteries
Accessory power: Several 12V and 24V accessory outputs
Lens mount: Interchangeable between PL, Canon EF and Nikon F/G standards
Vision Research is officially launching the Phantom Flex4K at 2013 IBC and will start shipping limited quantities in October.
Read the whole release here.