Vision Research’s Phantom camera Impresses and then inspires Popular Science

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R&J arranged for Popular Science to test and review Vision Research’s Phantom v641, a camera typically used for extreme slow-motion sports instant replays, evaluating military tests, and ultra-high-speed industrial applications.  The scientists and testers loved the camera, and since it was getting close to the 4th of July, they used it to create their own unique American celebration video, entitled, “The Best Fourth of July Video.”  Shooting at 2,000 frames per second (the camera is capable of over a million frames per second!), PopSci produced an entertaining video that investigates what happens when you mix fireworks with common household items.  Watch what happens when you stick firecrackers in a jar a mayonnaise here.

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