I was pretty specific with my request. You don't have to read my mind. You just have to read my post. Your assertion is that there is zero visible "jolt" in a video. That's not what I'm asking you. I'm asking you for your expected measurement. I want a prediction from you to explain what it is you expected to see so I can verify if your expectation is mathematically correct. If this is a problem of simple grade school physics why is it that you can't do the simple grade school math and provide me with a number that demonstrates empirically the phenomenon you expected to see in the videos? You can't just claim that you can't see something in a video and then not have a clue what it is that should be seen.