High speed video provides the ability to measure an event that happens quicker than a normal video can record. In a blast, a lot can happen in the time between frames of a standard camera because each frame is 33 milliseconds apart. When trying to look at timing of the blast, for instance, most holes are timed to a single millisecond. This is where high speed video is very important. At a normal high speed frame rate of 1000 fps, this allows for a single picture every 1 millisecond. When trying to look at the face profile and how it starts moving, high speed video will show how and when the toe of the shot starts moving as compared to the crest.