1007fps is maximal Raspberry v2 camera framerate with raspiraw.
That is not the maximal framerate with Raspberry cameras, but for v2 camera.
Only v1 camera has global reset feature and allows for global (external) shutter capturing.
In this posting it is described how a 20000eps frame (exposures per second) was captured:
https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/view ... 2#p1533932
Just completed to generate a 20000fps video from new 20000eps frame with white marker (7µs flashes at 20KHz frequency).
Will post description, tools, .... tomorrow in the other thread.
The animation here just demonstrates that much more than 1007fps can be captured with Raspberry v1 camera (and post processing).
20000fps video, played at 20fps, 1000× slower than real. White marker at blade tip rotates with 49.7m/s or 179km/h:
A tool is used to find a cover of the fast moving part, stamp the different white marker positions out and overlay them onto an "empty" image of the scene (created from 20000eps frame with gimp's "Filters->Enhance->Heal Selection"):