By Toni Lucatorto and Frank Mazella, Vision Research
Today’s advanced high-speed cameras are used to record phenomena that are otherwise not visible to the naked eye by capturing the details of fast-moving events. While the images can be incredible, the high frame rates and pixel resolutions used can generate extreme amounts of data in a short period of time. This makes it imperative to optimize the high-speed imaging workflow for the application at hand. Whether imaging in a laboratory, outdoors, or on a movie set, planning an efficient workflow is vital to achieving the best results.