A coke can being shot with an arrow at a recording rate of 2000 frames per second.
Things to Note: - Arrows do not 'fly' straight. They actually bend from side to side. This can be seen to some degree. - Foam doesn't start erupting from the can until much later frames. - Liquid follows the arrow out of the can, but also moves against the arrow at it's entry point.
1,024 by 1,024 pixel resolution, 2,000 fps
Basic Camera Info
Model: Ultima APX
30-bit color CMOS sensor with large pixels for increased sensitivity Recording at frame rates up to 100,000 fps Global electronic shutter to 4µs IRIG or GPS timing is recorded in real time on every frame
If you were to watch a video of an arrow coming at you from a front view, you would see it bending side to side as it moves through the air. As this is seeing it from the side, it's a bit harder to make out.