High-speed cameras can be used as a diagnostic tool that helps engineers and researchers analyze high-speed processes. It captures a sequential series of images that are recorded at very high frame rates and played back in slow-motion to allow the viewer to see, measure and understand events that happen too fast to see with the unaided eye. High-speed video is simply the technique of recording an event at a high frame rate and playing the images back at a much slower rate, thus slowing down the event so you can actually see what’s happening.
High-speed video can help you understand your unique motion analysis applications. Whether your work involves product design, research, machinery maintenance, or biomechanics, ultra-high-speed video can become one of the most important tools at your disposal. The world moves much too quickly to catch it all with our own eyes.
Phantom high-speed camera - how does it work?
Understanding high-speed motion is absolutely critical in today’s fast-paced manufacturing and research environments. Using high-speed video is one of the easiest and most cost-effective ways to achieve this important information.
Standard camcorders can only record at 30 frames per second, and as a result, usually miss most of the action in fast-moving events. However, if we use high-speed cameras to record these events at hundreds or even thousands of frames per second, it is a different story. When we play the images back in slow motion, or even stop and examine a single frame, we can see details that go unnoticed at normal speed.
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