When you link to this in Youtube go full screen, it's much easier to see the arrows (bottom right box). Also, the resolution of the camera starts out a 120 fps and goes up to 480 fps. At 480 fps the resolution is pretty bad. It was a test for me to see what happens when you really slow things down; well the resolution goes to crap, that what happens. There is a shot or two that looks like the arrow is flying a bit sideways, that was becasue the camera was about 2' to the right of me when I fired. The rest I shot right over the top of the tripod. The camera is Casio EXILIM EX-FC150. It has high speed modes and I wanted to see what arrow flight looks like. I bought the camera off of eBay for $175 new. Again, this is the very first test I made. I know how to do it better now and I'll take more video. The target is at 50 yards. BTW, once I uploaded the video to my computer and into Windows Movie Maker, I noticed there are several speed reduction modes in Movie Maker. I "believe" the best way to do this is to record at 120 fps and slow that down in Movie Maker. I'm going to try that next time. Hope you enjoy.