Have you looked at the Sony HDR-CX12 camcorder? I goes up to 240 frames per second, so you can view your swing in super slowmo.
Also, the Sanyo VPC-FH1 goes up to 600fps in a low quality mode.
Sorry if this has been threaded before... I looked but, couldn't find anything.
I'm looking for a camcorder, $500 to $750, to record very fast action on a squash court for analysis. Camera would be tripod mounted and in a fixed position (shooting through the backdoor glass). Something that I could quickly download to my 2009 macbook pro to analyze frame by frame movement of feet and racquet preparation. FPS clarity would be important. Least amount of ghosting or blur is essential -- the ball moves fast. My budget can go up, too, if this is unrealistic. I would more than likely not be archiving the footage but probably delete or erase. Unless, I did something brilliant that I can rub my opponents face in by posting on YouTube. Oh, yeah, compact enough to carry in my gym bag would be good, also. Thanks