High Speed Camera Videos

  1. Video Results Of Helmet Without DIC
    12/12/2016

    The video displays a helmet impact at 3,333 fps without digital image correlation (DIC).

  2. Mach Diamonds: Winner Of “Excellent Slow Motion” Award
    12/8/2016

    Mach disks, or “shock diamonds,” are the result of standing shockwaves caused by abrupt pressure changes, usually only seen in the under expanded flow of gas from a jet engine. As the winner of the “Excellent Slow Motion Award” at ICHSIP 31 in Osaka, Japan, this video sequence shows the liftoff of a pressurized PET drink bottle from a toy rocket captured with a Phantom Camera at 50,000 fps, and slowed for viewing by factor of 2,000.

  3. Webinar: High-Speed Infrared Imaging For Internal Combustion Engine Diagnostics
    11/4/2016

    High-speed infrared imaging is found to be a new diagnostic tool for studying ICEs. This Telops webinar offers a brief overview of optical engines, infrared (IR) narrowband imaging, and the investigation of a 4-cycle diesel ICE using high-speed IR imaging.

  4. Hot Or Cold?
    7/15/2016

    Nothing wakes you up like a good “cup o’ Jo”! Or maybe an ice cold glass of water? Compare the difference between the two with high speed infrared imaging from the X6900sc.

  5. Shoot The Melon!
    7/15/2016

    Nothing could beat the feeling of shooting a watermelon and tannerite with an AR15.

  6. Champagne Explosion!
    7/15/2016

    Champagne anyone? Prolong the party with this video using the high speed infrared capabilities of the X6900sc.

  7. Water Balloon Burst!
    7/15/2016

    A water balloon plus a sharp object equals a splash of a visual effect! Take it all in with the high speed infrared capabilities of the X6900sc.

  8. High Speed Infrared Imaging
    7/15/2016

    If you need to stop motion on fast-moving targets or targets that heat and cool rapidly, FLIR’s high speed thermal cameras offer the fast frame rates and integration you need. FLIR’s newest camera, the X6900sc, can record 1000 fps of high speed data at full 640 x 512 resolution – meaning researchers can perform dynamic analysis of jet engine turbine blades, supersonic projectiles, explosions, and more, without losing areas of the frame to windowing.

  9. Shadowscopy Technique Part 2
    6/20/2016

    This video is the second part of the demonstration of the shadowscopy technique which collimates light in the region of interest with camera focused on the object.

  10. Shadowscopy Technique Part 1
    6/20/2016

    This video demonstrates the shadowscopy technique which collimates light in the region of interest with camera focused on the object.