Most scientific processes would still be unknown today were it not for the high speed camera. Engineers and researchers have used these devices to capture processes too fast for the human eye. The videos are then analyzed in slow motion to reveal finer details. High speed technology can as well help you in product design or machinery maintenance among other applications.
To determine if a HSC can serve your needs, first check its throughput. This is a measure of the camera’s output quality at the specified frame count. View this as the pixels you can capture at the highest frame rates. Shutter speed is equally important as it determines what fraction of time is sufficient for your camera to capture at high speeds.
Once speed is determined, you should decide the acceptable resolution for your application. A higher resolution means you are getting better clarity in your images but it is not always necessary. Settle for medium resolution if there are memory restrictions.