High Speed Imaging

High-speed imaging is a tool that can help you understand the motion of subjects that move too fast for the human eye to see. It enables you to capture a sequence of images within a very small amount of time that you can play back at a slow rate of speed to understand what is happening with your subject.

Typical cameras only capture at 30 frames per second. Some high speed cameras can capture 4000 frames per second, or up to approximetely 50,000 frames per second at lower resolutions. Once they are played back at 30 frames per second, we see a detailed slow motion sequence.

High Speed / Slow Motion Cameras
IDT Redlake Slow Motion Cameras
Scientific Cameras
PCO Imaging

Lambert Image Intensfiers
Image Intensifiers

Cooke Pallite VIII floodlight
Pallite VIII
Veritas LEDs for High Speed Cameras
LED Lighting
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