Sometimes referred to as high speed imaging or slow motion cameras, these cameras capture a single image on a frame of video and then advance to the next frame. The framing rate (fps – frames per second) determines how many opportunities the user has to view the event during the event cycle. Playing this sequence of frames, offers a “super slow motion” video experience. The shutter speed is independently set and determines the “stop motion” capability of the camera. The faster the shutter, the less blur will be seen in the individual images (frames).