High speed digital video cameras for slow motion analysis

Military, Ballistics, and Explosives

High Speed Video Cameras for Military, Ballistic, and Explosive Applications

Small Arms Testing with a muzzle velocity of 3,300 feet per second

30,000 frames per second and above are typically needed to capture these rounds.

2 Cameras Sychronized to See Both Front and Back of Auto Glass

Perfect synchronization for detailed analysis.

MCT Delivers the Right Solution for a Military Range
Compared to their competitors, Photron cameras have proven to be a great value in the market. They are easy to use and reliable, and as such I keep coming back for more. MCT has been a pleasure to do business with and continues to offer the high-quality, personalized service one expects from a specialized vendor.
https://www.mctcameras.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/Andrew-Dickerson.jpg Andrew Dickerson Assistant Professor
University of Central Florida

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What is a High Speed Video Camera?

"What is a high speed video camera?" We have been getting this question nearly every week for over 25 years. And it’s understandable why. The video market is

HIGH SPEED DIGITAL VIDEO CAMERAS FOR SLOW MOTION

High speed imaging enables the user to perform detailed visual and/or digital motion analysis of machinery, projectiles, wildlife and human motions. Our cameras have been applied in a wide variety of areas including the military, industrial, research, education and broadcasting markets.

HELPING CLIENTS FOR 25 YEARS

MCT provided the perfect camera for my needs. Their product’s combination of speed, light sensitivity, size, and cost were too hard to pass up.
https://www.mctcameras.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/Granlund-Kenneth-500x500.jpg Kenneth Granlund Assistant Professor
NC State University

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