When things move too fast, there's nothing better than a super-slow motion replay to see what's going on. The ongoing development of high-speed image sensors gives us the ability to slow down fast-moving objects and highly dynamic processes. By taking a closer look at the slow-motion footage, we can gain unprecedented insight into these phenomena.

For industrial applications like machine welding, super-slow motion video can be used for quality control or to find the cause of defects. The video below offers a detailed look at the machine-welding process.

The Lambert HS540 Series provide a versatile solution for super-slow motion imaging. With its 2.9 megapixel sensor, you record detailed videos at thousands of frames per second.

For low-light applications, the HiCAM series offers an intensified solution for super-slow motion recordings when little light is available.

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