Visual Inspection: High Speed Cameras

High-speed cameras capture movement at extreme velocities, recording images with exposures of below .001 second and frame rates of thousands of frames per second. To provide perspective on the magnitude of a high speed camera’s precision, film is projected at 24 frames per second and a television at 25 frames per second. High-speed cameras accomplish their precision by running film over a rotating mirror or prism rather than a shutter, eliminating the process of stopping and starting film. High-speed imaging cameras are used in the medical, manufacturing, aerospace and military fields for R&D, inspection, and other applications.
 
Vision Vision Research Phantom V7.3 High Speed Camera

The Vision Research Phantom V7.3 High Speed Camera shoots video at up to 6688 fps (frames per...

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