Specific applications require specific consideration and the proper tool to capture a high-speed event. The application pages below demonstrate the use of Phantom cameras in a variety of testing methods and situations. Case studies provide Phantom camera customers with the knowledge necessary to make an informed decision.

Combustion applications often have unique difficulties that need to be overcome. Aside from being exceptionally fast events they often have lighting issues as they quickly fluctuate between being very dark and very bright.  Phantom cameras have features that aid researchers in dealing with these issues. 

Microfluidics research is a growing field of research as more industries advance technology into the microscope realms. Whether in a laboratory or studying spray behavior for industrial applications Phantom cameras can be found nearby. 

Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV) is a research method that allows scientists to observe the flow of air, water, and other invisible elements. Phantom cameras are equipped with high-resolution sensors to make particle tracking simple.

Digital Image Correlation is a non-contact method of observing how an object is affected by impact and vibration. It can also be used to create 3D imaging of the object to help researches take exact measurements. 

Schlieren imaging is a special technique that utilizes mirrors and filters to allow researcher to view invisible events such as shock waves.  Phantom cameras have high-sensitivity and low noise settings that help increase contrast and make these occurrences visible. 

Understanding workflow and how it can enhance your high-speed imaging experience is very helpful when planning one-time or time sensitive events. Phantom cameras have a variety of options that can increase portability, connections, and data management to ensure operators are getting the best shots possible.