Clark Kent/Kal-El/Superman (DC Comics) can see bullets fired by high speed machine gun.
Spider-Man 2099 (Marvel Comics) has accelerated vision...
...allowing him to see a figure up on a rooftop.
Tennessee Kid Cooper (Sly Cooper) achieves this ability by using his Crackshot technique, allowing him to make precise shots and fire up to six bullets at once.
Tigervrumud Vorn (Madan no Ou to Vanadis)'s eye processing is so quick, it allows him to land an arrow on small fast moving animals like a rabbit or catch fast objects like an arrow.
Raiden (Metal Gear) uses "Blade Mode" to slow down his perception of time, enabling him to make extremely precise cuts and strikes.
Clark Kent's (Smallville) accelerated perception allows him to deflect projectiles.
Bizarro (Smallville) can move so fast the world freezes around him.
After being fused with Migi, Shinichi Izumi's (Parastye) brain is able to process visual stimulation to the point where a normal human appears to be standing still, when they're actually attacking him.
Jedi Master, Saesee Tiin (Star Wars) was able to focus while traveling at high speeds.
Dracule Mihawk (One Piece) managed to track down Monkey D. Luffy's Gear Second enhanced speed due to his accelerated vision.
Rebecca (One Piece) using Kenbunshoku Haki to see through Hakuba's movements despite his extremely blinding speed, and managed to barely survive his attack that took out everyone else.
Captain America (Marvel Comics) can dodge bullets because he sees faster than them.
Link's (The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild) reflexes are heightened during various parts of combat, like dodging attack and retaliating with sword strikes…
… or nocking and shooting with bow faster than normal while in air.