Information on temporal evolution of whole velocity fields is essential for physical understanding of a complicated turbulent flow and was obtainable using dynamic PIV because of advances of high-speed imaging technique, laser and electronics. A dynamic PIV systme consists of a high-speed CMOS camera having $1K\times1K$ pixels resolution at 1 KHz and a high-repetition Nd:Yag pulse laser. In order to validate its performance, the dynamic PIV system was applied to a turbulent jet whose Reynolds number is about 3000. The particle images of $1024\times512$ pixels were captured at a sampling rate of 4 KHz. The dynamic PIV system measured successfully the temporal evolution of instantaneous velocity fields of the turbulent jet, from which spectral analysis of turbulent structure was also feasible.