The Kasmin is a 24bit framebuffer with an intergrated RGB video dititizer which is driven by a 25Mhz T800 transputer. It is capable of storing 2 full PAL frames (768 x 576) in memory and supports KasminPaint and TVPaint. The Kasmin was developed around the same time as the Harlequin and share a lot in development. It makes use of the "grafexa.library" which allows cards to share a common software interface. One such card was used by Team 4 Video in London where it was used with an A3000 and TVPaint. Only six of these cards were ever made, one of which is no longer functional.

Thanks to Gareth Knight (Amiga History Guide)