i have heard that the miro 320 (in the video above) will be somewhere around 60,000.
some food for thought...
it records 1500 fps at 1080p but only for 3 seconds.
the flex and hd gold record upwards of 2500 fps at 2k (2048x1152) for up to 6 seconds, when you drop down the number of fps, you gain more time to record (ie 1800 fps at 2k = 10 seconds record time if that makes sense)
the clip is stored in the camera's ram, and if you decide you want to keep the clip, you then copy it to the mag (drive on the top of the camera) this takes less then 1 minute to do on the flex and hd gold...
on the miro i've heard that it can take 3-4 minutes to copy one shot from the ram to the mag... what do you do if you are shooting from a heli at sunset (now i know many people may think that is not realistic, but if youre spending 60k on a camera, i hope you are shooting sunset jump sessions from a heli...)my point is that lets say sunset lasts for 45 mins, that would mean you would roughly only be able to have 9-11 shots that you could keep. then factor in that heli time is around 2000 bucks an hour... thats 200 bucks per shot, and what happens if the athlete falls?
i think this is definatly a cool camera and could be very useful for action sports, the batteries and form factor are awesome, but their are definatly some things to keep in mind...
I'm heading to NAB and I will get to play with this thing a little bit and I will report back.
***please keep in mind the numbers above are not exact for the flex and the hd gold, i think 2560 is the maximum fps for the flex and i can't remember the exact top fps for the hd gold
*I am a certified phantom camera technician so if anyone has any questions about this stuff they can shoot me a PM