Car Crash Video High Speed Slow Motion High Def

This is amazing. See a car crash filmed with the world's fastest high speed high definition video camera. Extreme car crash airbag deployment.

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The following nac high speed camera was used to produce the video above.

Additional Product Details

Camera Model: nac Memrecam GX-1
Description: nac Image Technology's first member of the GX family of high-speed digital cameras - the Memrecam GX-1! The GX-1 is a rugged, ultra light sensitive mega pixel camera developed for demanding testing environments. This Hi-G self-contained Camcorder provides crisp, clear images in brilliant color or crisp monochrome with over 1.3 million pixels! The GX-1 comes with selectable bit densities of 12 bit, 10 bit and 8 bit as a standard feature.

System Features:

  • Superior Light Sensitivity: >20,000 ISO monochrome, > 5,000 ISO color
  • High Resolution: 1280 X 1024 pixels
  • Adjustable Frame Rates from 50fps to 200,000fps in 1fps increments
  • 1:1 aspect ratio at 3,000 fps.
  • Selectable Bit Density: 12 bits / 10 bits / 8 bits (extends recording) STANDARD
  • Variable Region of Interest with Continuously adjustable resolution in 16 x 4 pixel increments
  • Gigabit Ethernet Laptop Friendly Interface
  • Continuous Live Video Output (NTSC / PAL) during setup and recording
  • Auto Exposure Control
  • Dynamic Range Expansion Shutter (pixel level shuttering)
  • Versatile Recording: Burst-Trigger, Multi-Trigger and Event-Trigger Modes

System Features - continued:

  • Memory Segment with automatic segment change capability
  • External Sync Recording
  • IRIG-B Timing Capture and Synchronization with Phase Shift
  • Built-in Memory Backup
  • USB2 for direct download to external storage (HDD, Flash Memory Card, etc.)
  • Convenient functions for FOV setting: Low Light Mode, Fiducial Mark
  • Compact and Ruggedized Body (able to withstand >100G)

Applications for the Memrecam GX-1: Automotive Crash, Ballistics, Combustion, Materials Research, Machine Design, Microscopy, PIV, Flow Visualization, Spray Analysis and many, many more...