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We are looking forward to receiving videos from our scientific, manufacturing, automotive, and research customers as well as from the entertainment and broadcasting customers.

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Phantom Miro C210 / C210J

Celebrate Halloween with the New Phantom Miro C210J / C210

Celebrate Halloween with the New Phantom Miro C210J / C210

 
The New Phantom Miro C210 / C210J in Action

The New Phantom Miro C210 / C210J in Action

The New Phantom Miro C210 / C210J in Action

Phantom v2511

Shock Waves Through the Lens of a Phantom Ultrahigh-speed v2511

Shock waves are often analyzed using schlieren techniques and captured with a high speed camera. The Phantom Ultra high-speed v2511 brought that analysis to a whole new level recently in demonstrations conducted by Phred Petersen and Gavan Mitchell at RMIT University in Australia, in collaboration with Vision Research’s Phil Taylor.

 

Phantom Ultra High-Speed Camera + Honey Bees

Honey bees flap their wings up to 250 times a second. The Phantom v2511 camera can shoot more than 1 million frames per second (creating slow motion upon playback). Here we're using one to capture footage for a documentary about bees.

 
Experience the New Phantom v2511

Experience the New Phantom v2511

Using only available daylight, with no additional lighting, the new Phantom v2511 captures the progress of a 5,000 RPM table saw with up to 150,000 fps. .

Phantom Flex4K

Behind The Scenes | Chain Reaction | Pepsi Max | #LiveForNow

Discover how Pepsi Max created an incredible chain reaction out of thousands of ping pong balls and mouse traps, and just a little elbow grease…

 

Time Tunnel | Pepsi Max. #LiveForNow

Using advanced projection technology, we surprise passers-by with the illusion of an extraordinary time portal opening up before their very eyes. We filmed their reactions on a hidden camera as they got the shock of their lives!

 

Let Me Know When You See Fire

All the live action footage was shot on March 24th, 2013 with some additional fire elements shot on the 23rd and 25th of March with the Hebron Fire Dept. and the Glastonbury Fire Dept. in Connecticut. This is a true 4K RAW camera capable of at 1000fps at 4K resolution. Thanks to our great crew, including lead Phantom camera technician Edward Richardson, VRI and Abel CineTech for giving us the opportunity to shoot with this amazing new camera system.

 

Flex4K Mono in Maine

The Maine coast as captured with a monochrome version of the Phantom Flex4K Digital Cinema Camera. Footage was shot on the back shore of Peaks Island, ME in August 2014.

The frame rates on this footage range from 250-500 frames-per-second.

Special thank you to Edward Richardson, Phantom Tech
Music by Owen Gibbins of Vision Research

Featured Gallery Videos

CD Shattering at 170,000FPS! - The Slow Mo Guys

Gav and Dan present the SLOWEST EVER episode of the slow mo guys by spinning a disc at 23,000RPM and filming it shatter at a whopping 170,000 frames per second.

Huge thanks to Vision Research for letting us use their amazing Phantom V2511 for the filming of this video.

 

Honda Classic Golf 2015 Day 5 and Playoff - Padraig Harrington

Honda Classic Golf 2015 Day 5 and Playoff - Padraig Harrington

 

World's Most Amazing Archer in Slow Motion

Byron Ferguson travels the world doing live exhibition. I should note, that Byron doesn't call himself the "Best" archer, or the "Most Amazing" archer or anything like that. These are my words, because to me, he really is the most amazing archer.

NBA: Phantom Cam

Knicks Win the Battle of New York Over the Nets

Check out the Knicks' big win over the Nets through the lens of the Phantom slow-motion high-definition camera.

 

Phantom: Paul George's Dunk on LeBron

Check out Paul George's drive and throwdown against Miami through the lens of the Phantom slow-motion high-definition camera. Visit nba.com/video for more highlights.

 

Phantom: Kevin Durant's 2014 Season...so far

Check out all the best highlights from Kevin Durant this season in super slow motion!

The Slow Mo Guys

The Slow Mo Guys - This Morning - 06/10/2014

Gavin & Dan appear on the UK show This Morning, this morning.

 

TheSlowMoGuys - You Make Every Second Epic

Across the UK, you may be seeing a little bit more of TheSlowMoGuys, so we wanted to introduce you to their channel with this advert. TheSlowMoGuys -- Gavin and Dan -- show us what our eyes can't see as they experiment with the world of slow motion.

 

Imploding Drum - The Slow Mo Guys

Gav and Dan show off a cool pressure related experiment inspired by Veritasium's imploding drum video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p3b9p...

 

Catching a Bullet with a Watermelon - The Slow Mo Guys

Gav tests out whether taking cover behind water melons is an effective survival strategy while being shot at.

Smarter Every Day

Jellyfish Stinging in MICROSCOPIC SLOW MOTION

If you want the Great Barrier Reef to be your real-life science lab, find out more about joining the explorers of the tropics and studying at JCU: http://www.jcu.edu.au

More importantly, go do research with Dr. Seymour and figure out why the Box Jellyfish is the most venomous animal in the world and help us find a cure. You might even be able to exploit the cardio-attacking mechanism to learn how to help doctors understand the heart better.

 

MACAW-esome SLOWMO Rainforest Research!

This is a REAL PLACE... and this happens EVERY MORNING!! I went there two mornings and made observations. It was amazing.

Automobile

Inside IIHS: Crash Test Photography

The "Inside IIHS" series of videos offers a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the work of the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety's Vehicle Research Center.

"Inside IIHS: Crash test photography" explores what it takes to produce the high-quality, slow-motion footage needed to learn exactly what happened in a crash test and to communicate those findings to the media and the public.

 

Huge Puddle Splash at 2500 fps

Gav and Dan make a splash on a freezing cold day with the help of Scion, Scion Racing Driver Ken Gushi and a gigantic puddle. Filmed at 2500fps with a Phantom Flex

 

Phantom Flex and Milo Motion Control - Ford Focus

FORD FOCUS // Director's Cut - 5 days of high speed with the Phantom Flex and light painting with the Milo Motion control

 

Airbag in Motion

We take the airbag that resides in our steering wheel and dashboards for granted. This 5 second clips dramatises how this invention can save your life!

 

Airbag Deployment

Airbags save lives! Vision Research's Phantom digital high-speed cameras can show you how in dramatic fashion!

 

Phantom Miro eX4 @ 1245 fps + 2011 Camaro SS

Phantom Miro eX4 @ 1245 fps + 2011 Camaro SS (very cool car!)

 

Embrace Life - Always Wear Your Seat Belt

A crash dummy demonstrates how a body is restrained during an impact.

 

Formula 1 Victory Lane Celebration

Winning a F1 race can get very wet sometimes. This video takes a peek at the joys of winning in Victory Lane..

 

NASCAR Freddie "The World's Fastest Fish" Goes For Test Drive at Daytona International Speedway

This video, produced by ESPN is very cute. It features NASCAR's Freddie taking a spin on the Daytona Speedway's new pavement. Some of the shots were produced using our Phantom v640 digital high-speed camera. And, if you watch closely you can see a shot of the v640 at work inside the race car.

 

BMW GTS

This 36 second clip of an orange BMW GTS on a closed road course highlights the car's maneuverability and gracefulness. A work of art!

Industrial

High Speed Bottle Cavitation

An example of cavitation in a glass bottle filled with water filmed in slow motion at 2500 and 10,000 frames per second.

 

Spray Bottle - Stream

A Phantom digital high-speed camera captures a liquid's trajectory as it leaves the nozzle of a spray bottle.

 

The Making of the Circuit Board

It's always fascinating to watch automation in action; and this video does not disappoint. Here you will see how computer circuit boards are manufactured. Very cool!

 

Joined Together

This clip details in beautiful high-speed video how a joint is welded.

 

Everywhere a Chip Chip

Using robotics, and a phantom digital high-speed camera, we can see how a computer chip is manufactured.

 

Photoelastic Stress

It is so cool to watch an object rebound off a stretched piece of elastic. Fascinating!

Ballistics

Blowing Up Stuff at 60,000 Frames Per Second with the Phantom v1610

Blowing Up Stuff at 60,000 Frames Per Second with the Phantom v1610

 

Cannon Firing in Slow Motion

Gav and Dan are given a cannon by Captain Morgan White and swiftly make use of it by blasting a pyramid of drinks.

Filmed at 2500fps with a Phantom Flex
Cannon Firing in Slow Motion - The Slow Mo Guys

 

Sinterfire Frangible Lead Free Ammunition

Commercial featuring Sinterfire's new line of Frangible Ammunition. In order to effectively slow down the bullets, we were utilizing frame rates of 80,000 and above on a Phantom Miro digital high speed camera!

 

Sky Rockets in Flight

Very interesting video of a rocket being launched. It is very cool to see how the rocket behaves at the time of launch.

 

Slow Motion Explosions - Velocity Media Systems

A montage of many explosions all filmed with the amazing Phantom High Speed Camera. For more Information about the phantom high speed camera visit www.ITM.com/Phantom

 

Rocket Fire

This video highlights a missile path where the camera is mounted on a tracker.

Scientific

Critical Phenomena of a Drop Crossing a Stratified Fluid

The present paper describes the dynamics of a drop as it falls through a stratified fluid with two layers. As it enters the fluid, the drop forms an annular vortex that different deformation processes depending on the conditions of the experiment. In this work, the only variables that have been modified are the density of the drop and the height of the upper fluid. Images of the phenomena were taken directly with a high speed camera and with a shadowgraph set-up. To access the videos of the experiment, an http address and a QR image are provided at the end of the paper.

 

Shadowgraph of a Miscible Drop Falling in a Stratified Fluid

In this video for the Gallery of Fluid Motion we show a partially miscible drop (Benzyl alcohol) as it falls through a stratified fluid. Two different visualization techniques are used: direct and focused shadowgraph. First the free fall in pure water is observed and the wake behind the drop is clearly visualized, indicating that the material is Benzyl alcohol. As the drop approaches the interface, it flattens. The drop is finally trapped at the interface where it has a damped oscillation. The focused shadowgraph has an excellent spatial resolution.

 

Morning Coffee Slow Mo Smash in 4K

Phantom Flex4K shooting 4096x2304 at 938fps.

TV Commercials

Lowes: "Yard Work is Beautiful in Slow Motion"

We took a powerful high-speed camera (called the Phantom Flex) and filmed everyday yard work in slow motion. At 2,500 frames per second the action virtually freezes in time, allowing a glimpse of just how spectacular the tools we use every day can be. The Phantom camera records around 80x slower than a typical video camera..

 

Scorched: 2013 Subaru BRZ

To create an ultra-real environment, practical elements were shot in super slow motion using a Phantom Camera, that can capture up to 1000fps. The footage was then assembled with little use of computer generated fx or animation. The result is a visually stunning video that is rooted in reality.

 

Thank You Water - TV Commercial

Top film makers from around the country have come together and donated their time & resources to capture the Thankyou Water moment. Thankyou Water is a social enterprise that exists because around the world 743 million people do not have access to safe water, yet in Australia alone we spend $600 million each year on bottled water. Every bottle sold provides a months worth of water to someone in need.

Shot exclusively with The Phantom Flex.

Just for Fun

ORSI CHE DANZANO

A first glimps on the new White Fox Communications documentary, directed by Eugenio Manghi: EQUILIBRIA. These images have been filmed in Churchill, Manitoba-Canada...

 

Holi

The world is fascinating. People and cultures inspire us. Sadly, the fast paced lifestyles of our generation result in many not taking the necessary step back to soak in the existing world around us. Our goal with this film is to help viewers further appreciate and take notice of the beauty in life & culture that lies within our world...

...so the next time you notice something that strikes you as interesting, stop for a second, start powering on your camera, think about why it's unique, and snap the shot before you miss it. Life is extraordinary. Embrace it.

 

High Speed Hummingbirds from the SC Botanical Garden

Used a Phantom v12.1 for my first experience with high speed videography. It was quite a challenge...and I would love to do it again! These hummers were shot at the South Carolina Botanical Garden in Clemson, SC. Most of this footage was shot around 6000 fps, and somewhere around a 50-150 microsecond shutter speed. Lens was a Canon 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II

Demo Reels

SloMoments "Liquid" Demo Reel

Our "Liquids" demo reel was shot with a Phantom HD GOLD digital high-speed camera. Most of the shots were captured at 2048 x 1152.

 

Reel 2011 - Phantom HD GOLD - Evolution High Speed

 

Photo-Sonics Slow Motion Demo Reel

Photo-Sonics high-speed demo reel using the Vision Research Phantom Flex and Phantom HD cameras.

Sports

Phantom Miro at the 2012 World Series

Crowd Arrivals at the World Series seen through the eyes of the Phantom Miro and DP Tom Wells.

 

Phantom Camera with DEFY TEAM

During the filming for DEFY we had the incredible opportunity to film with the Phantom camera. Jordy Klein brought the Phantom out for us to shoot DEFY riders Danny Harf, Reed Hansen, and Rusty Malinoski. Pretty amazing results. Most of these shots were not used in the final version of DEFY. We included this piece as a bonus edit in the DEFY, The Danny Harf Project Bluray/DVD combo pack. Which you can find at www.defythemovie.com.

 

800-Kamerman Phantom Selects [August 2012 Edition]

Here are some 800-Kamerman selects from our work in August on our new Phantom camera at this years Little League World Series on ESPN.

Music Credit: Kill The Noise - Roots (Brillz Remix)

Mini Documentary

Phantom HD GOLD

Blomqvist Produktion demo reel

 

The Art of FLIGHT - Snowboarding Film Trailer with Travis Rice

The Art of FLIGHT follows Travis Rice, John Jackson, Mark Landvik, Scotty Lago, Jake Blauvelt, Nicolas Muller, Gigi Ruf, DCP and Pat Moore as they dream up new global adventures and progress the sport to unimaginable levels.

 

Vibration. See the Unseen: Behind the Scenes

Directed by Propadata Films. Filmed on a Phantom HD Gold camera.

 

Paul Lilley - Director of Photography - Showreel: Volvo Ocean Race

Paul Lilley - Director of Photography, High-speed cameraman, Specialist in high-speed cameras.

 

DieDruckerei.de - Splash (Theatrical Version)

"Splash" (42 Sec. Theatrical Version - 2D), Theater Ad, Shot with Phantom Flex digital high-speed in 3D @ 1600 fps. 3D Version currently in theaters across Germany playing before the 3D movie "Thor."

Phantom Camera Control Software Version 2.2
Capturing Your First Cine - Part I

Capturing Your First Cine - Part I

In this PCC Tutorial, you will learn how to; (1) Select a camera for use, (2) Perform a CSR, (3) Enable the Auto CSR feature, and (4) Perform a White Balance Adjustment. (Length: 5:57)

 
Capturing Your First Cine - Part II

Capturing Your First Cine - Part II

In this PCC Tutorial, you will learn how to; (1) Specify the Resolution, (2) Specify the Sample Rate, (3) Determine the recording Duration and the maximum number of (Frames) that can be recorded, (4) Define an Exposure Time, (5) Specify an Image Range and Trigger Position value, (6) Differentiate between Pre and Post Trigger Frames, (7) Place the camera into the Recording mode, (8) Supply one of the various triggering methods to the camera, (9) Determine if the camera is in the recording mode, (10) Verify a Cine has been captured. (Length: 9:04)

 
Reviewing Your First Cine – Part I

Reviewing Your First Cine – Part I

In these PCC Tutorials, you will learn how to; (1) Select a Cine to review, (2) Use the video control buttons, (3)  Use the various methods to quickly search through the Cine, and (4) Use the many features that allow you to specify how the Cine should be played back. (Length – Part I: 6:23)

 
Reviewing Your First Cine – Part II

Reviewing Your First Cine – Part II

In these PCC Tutorials, you will learn how to; (1) Select a Cine to review, (2) Use the video control buttons, (3)  Use the various methods to quickly search through the Cine, and (4) Use the many features that allow you to specify how the Cine should be played back. (Length – 8:35)

 
Editing and Saving Your First Cine

Editing and Saving Your First Cine

In this PCC Tutorial, you will learn how to; (1) Edit a Cine, (2) Re-edit a Cine, and (3) Save the Cine as a Cine raw file. (Length: 9:40)

 
Saving to Flash Memory - Part I: Manually Saving to Flash

Saving to Flash Memory - Part I: Manually Saving to Flash

In this PCC Tutorial, you will learn how to save image data that is stored in the camera’s circular buffer to the camera’s internal flash memory, attached Phantom CineMag, Phantom CineFlash or inserted Type 1 CompactFlash card manually. (Length: 4:38)

 
Saving to Flash Memory - Part II: Automatically Saving to Flash

Saving to Flash Memory - Part II: Automatically Saving to Flash

In this PCC Tutorial, you will learn how to save image data that is stored in the camera’s circular buffer to the camera’s internal flash memory, attached Phantom CineMag, Phantom CineFlash, or inserted Type 1 CompactFlash card automatically. (Length: 3:33)

 
Saving to Flash Memory - Part III: Direct Recording to Flash

Saving to Flash Memory - Part III: Direct Recording to Flash

In this PCC Tutorial, you will learn how to record directly into a camera’s attached Phantom CineMag, bypassing having to write the image data into the camera’s circular buffer first, and then writing that image data into the attached CineMag. (Length: 5:45)

 
Performing File Conversions - Part I: Via the Save Command

Performing File Conversions - Part I: Via the Save Command

In this PCC Tutorial, you will learn how to convert a single Cine file to one of the many supported file formats using the Save command. (Length: 8:20)

 
Performing File Conversions - Part II: Via the Batch Command

Performing File Conversions - Part II: Via the Batch Command

In this PCC Tutorial, you will learn how to convert multiple Cine files, to one of the many supported file formats, using a single command, the Batch Convert command. (Length: 6:46)

 
EOS Lens Control

EOS Lens Control

In this PCC Tutorial, you will learn how to use the EOS Lens Control feature. This feature allows users of Phantom cameras, equipped with a Canon EOS Lens mount, to remotely control lens aperture and focus. Making it ideal for applications where the Phantom camera is not accessible due to positing, the environment, or safety issue. (Length: 2:56)

 
MultiCine in PCC

MultiCine in PCC

In this PCC Tutorial, you will learn how to; (1) Specify the number of memory segments, or partitions, a camera’s DRAM, an attached Phantom CineMag , Phantom CineFlash, or a Type 1 CompactFlash card will be evenly divided into. (2) Select which memory segment to capture or record image data into. (3) Delete the recorded Cine (image data) stored in a specific memory segment, without deleting recorded image data in any of the other memory segments, to free up that memory to perform another capture. (Length: 11:21)

 
Using Bit Depth

Using Bit Depth

In this PCC Tutorial, you will learn how to use the Bit Depth feature of a Phantom camera. The Bit Depth feature makes it possible to increase contrast and see images with less light simply by selecting a region of the total dynamic range of the image to display on-screen.  (Length: 9:07)

 
Image-Based Auto-Trigger

Image-Based Auto-Trigger

In this PCC Tutorial, you will learn how to use the Image-Based Auto-Trigger feature, of selected Phantom camera models, to trigger themselves when the image changes in a selectable region of the frame. (Length: 8:59)

 
EDR (Extreme Dynamic Range) in PCC

EDR (Extreme Dynamic Range) in PCC

In this PCC Tutorial, you will learn how to use the EDR feature which is extremely useful when hot spots do or potentially exist. (Length: 4:05)

 
Continuous Recording - Part I: Basic Operation

Continuous Recording - Part I: Basic Operation

In this PCC Tutorial, you will learn how to use Continuous Recording in its native operational mode. Continuous Recording can be used, in a variety of ways, to automatically record a Cine into the camera memory, then immediately edit, and save that Cine, to a user specified location of an attached hard-drive without any user intervention, by providing a "hard" or "soft" trigger to the camera. Once the save process completes the camera will automatically be placed back into the recording mode to repeat the process until the continuous recording feature is disabled by the end-user. (Length: 10:14)

 
Continuous Recording - Part II: Combined w/MultiCine, Auto Trigger, Firmware Ordered Recording, and Image Range

Continuous Recording - Part II: Combined w/MultiCine, Auto Trigger, Firmware Ordered Recording, and Image Range

In this PCC Tutorial, you will learn how to use Continuous Recording along with the MultiCine, Auto Trigger, Firmware Ordered Recording, and Image Range feature to trigger the camera at a specified interval, i.e., every 25 seconds, to provide time delayed triggers automatically. (Length: 12:00)

 
Continuous Recording - Part III: Combined w/Calibration Snapshot

Continuous Recording - Part III: Combined w/Calibration Snapshot

In this PCC Tutorial, you will learn how to use Continuous Recording to create several matched images to be used as calibration frames for 3rd party software that processes data from two or more synchronized cameras. (Length: 9:58)

 
Continuous Recording - Part IV: Combined w/Image Based Auto-Trigger

Continuous Recording - Part IV: Combined w/Image Based Auto-Trigger

In this PCC Tutorial, you will learn how to use Continuous Recording feature combined with the Image-Based Auto-Trigger feature to supply a trigger signal to the camera. (Length: 9:38)

 
Continuous Recording: Calabration Snapshot Part V

Continuous Recording: Calabration Snapshot Part V

 
Adding a Secondary IP Address

Adding a Secondary IP Address

In this PCC Tutorial, you will learn how to use add a secondary IP address to your Phantom camera. (Length: 4:41)

 
Performing Measurements - Part I: Timing and Coordinate Measurements

Performing Measurements - Part I: Timing and Coordinate Measurements

At the end of this PCC Tutorial you will be able to; (1) Specify the units of measure, (2) Perform timing measurements, (3) Calibrate a measurement scale, (4) Set an origin point, and (5) Perform coordinate measurements. Using this 2-D motion analysis tool essentially turns your Phantom camera into an extremely effective test instrument. (Length: 15:35)

 
Performing Measurements - Part II: Distance and Angle and Speed Origin +1 Point

Performing Measurements - Part II: Distance and Angle and Speed Origin +1 Point

At the end of this PCC Tutorial you will be able to; (1) Specify the units of measure, (2) Calibrate a measurement scale, (3) Set an origin point, (4) Perform distance, angle and speed measurements using the origin and 1 point, and (5) Generate a report file. Distance, angle and speed measurements using the origin and 1 point measures; (1) the distance from an origin point to a selected point, (2) the angle made by the selected point with the Origin and Ox axis; (3) speed which equals distance divided by the time of the point frame minus the time of the origin frame if the point is on a frame different from the one where the origin was set, (4) and angular speed which equals the angle (the measured angle) divided by the time of the point frame minus the time of the origin frame if the point is on a frame different from the one where the origin was set. Using this 2-D motion analysis tool essentially turns your Phantom camera into an extremely effective test instrument. (Length: 11:23)

 
Performing Measurements - Part III: Distance and Angle and Speed 2 Points

Performing Measurements - Part III: Distance and Angle and Speed 2 Points

At the end of this PCC Tutorial you will be able to; (1) Specify the units of measure, (2) Calibrate a measurement scale, (3) Perform distance, angle and speed measurements using 2 points, and (4) Generate a report file. Distance, angle and speed measurements using 2 points measures; (1) the distance between two selected points, (2) the angle made by the line formed by two selected points with 0x axis, (3) speed which equals measured distance divided by the time of the second point frame minus the time of the first point frame if the two points are different frames, (4) and angular speed which equals the measured angle divided by the time of the second point frame minus the time of the first point frame if the two points  are on different frames. Using this 2-D motion analysis tool essentially turns your Phantom camera into an extremely effective test instrument. (Length: 10:03)

 
Performing Measurements - Part IV: Angle and Angular Speed 3 Points

Performing Measurements - Part IV: Angle and Angular Speed 3 Points

At the end of this PCC Tutorial you will be able to; (1) Specify the units of measure, (2) Calibrate a measurement scale, and (3) Perform angle and angular speed measurements using 3 points. Angle and angular speed measurements using 3 points measures; (1) the angle formed by three points, (2) and angular speed which equals the measured angle divided by the time of the last point frame minus the time of the first point frame if the first and last points  are on different frames. Using this 2-D motion analysis tool essentially turns your Phantom camera into an extremely effective test instrument. (Length: 13:08)

 
Performing Measurements - Part V: Angle and Angular Speed 4 Points

Performing Measurements - Part V: Angle and Angular Speed 4 Points

At the end of this PCC Tutorial you will be able to; (1) Specify the units of measure, (2) Calibrate a measurement scale, and (3) Perform angle and angular speed measurements using 4 points. Angle and angular speed measurements using 4 points measures; (1) the angle formed by two lines (Line 1: Point 1 and Reference Point 1, and Line 2: Reference Point 2 and Point 2), (2) and angular speed which equals the measured angle divided by the time of the last point frame minus the time of the first point frame if the first and last points are on different frames. Using this 2-D motion analysis tool essentially turns your Phantom camera into an extremely effective test instrument. (Length: 9:23)

 
Performing Measurements - Part VI: Collect Points Measurements

Performing Measurements - Part VI: Collect Points Measurements

At the end of this PCC Tutorial you will be able to; (1) Specify the units of measure, (2) Calibrate a measurement scale, (3) Perform collect points measurements, (4) Sort and optimize a collect points report file, (5) Compute a speed report file, and (6) Compute an acceleration report file for the collect points. Using this 2-D motion analysis tool essentially turns your Phantom camera into an extremely effective test instrument. (Length: 10:57)

 
Performing Measurements - Part VII: Viewing the Report Files

Performing Measurements - Part VII: Viewing the Report Files

At the end of this PCC Tutorial you will be able to review the report files created using the measurement analysis features in the PCC software. (Length: 6:07)