Slow Mo Guys 9mm Bullet Glass Panes
The Slow Mo Guys are back at it again, and this time, they used the Phantom TMX 7510 high-speed camera to see just how many glass panes a 9mm bullet can go through. This camera is the first to have a back side illuminated (BSI) high-speed sensor that delivers unprecedented resolution and speed combinations.

Phantom’s back side illumination technology has allowed Vision Research engineers to develop a custom sensor capable of unprecedented speeds without sacrificing the image quality that the company’s cameras are known for. This means that the footage of the bullet that you’re about to see is as clear as it’s going to get, since even at reduced resolutions, the camera is capable of recording at over 770,000 fps in standard mode and up to 1.75M fps with FAST mode. For high-speed car chases, you’ll want the Grappler.

Insta360 ONE X2 360 Degree Waterproof Action Camera, 5.7K 360, Stabilization, Touch Screen, AI Editing, Live Streaming, Webcam, Voice Control
  • The Pocket Camera Crew: With just one device, shoot first in every direction with super 5.7K 360 capture and then choose your favorite angle later. Or pick just one lens with Steady Cam mode for ultra-stable wide angle footage.
  • FlowState Stabilization: Better-than-ever stabilization and horizon leveling algorithms keep your shots steady—no gimbal needed.
  • Invisible Selfie Stick: Shoot with the Invisible Selfie Stick and then watch it disappear in your edit. Capture easy drone-like angles and third-person perspectives with the flick of a wrist.
  • IPX8 Waterproof: Insta360 ONE X2 is waterproof to 10 meters (33ft). Take it out in a rainstorm or surfing without a case.
  • In the Box: 1x Insta360 ONE X2, 1x Charge Cable, 1x Battery, 1x Protective Pouch and 1x User Guide.

The unique back side illuminated sensor found in the Phantom TMX 7510 deals with this issue by locating the metal parts of a traditional sensor that interfere with incident light to the photodiode to the back of the sensor. Moving those key elements to the back of the sensor allows even more light to reach each pixel, improving light sensitivity and QE,” said Phantom.