Interested in how a Phantom Flex high speed camera works?
In this video blog, my friend Jesse and I test out many different frame rates and resolutions on the Flex capturing the discharge of a firearm. The purpose of this video is to show you how different frame rates affect a very high speed object. At 10,000 fps it is possible to slow down a bullet.
The key to frame rates, when it comes to capturing very fast objects, is you hit the sweet spot when you can run the shutter wide open and not have any motion blur. This video blog tries to explain that.
30 fps, 120 fps, 300 fps, 600 fps, 1,200 fps, 2,564 fps
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