Update: The fps1000 is now funded and it gathered an amazing £125,721 British Pounds or about $200,000 USD.
Now the work begins in updating the camera case, IR cut filter, internal battery and other fixes or modifications before shipping in the first months of 2015. The large funding is going to make a better camera in the end and it will now be a matter of waiting for our unit to test and share the results. Congratulations to Graham Rowan for making such a splash in the hi speed camera market and gathering such an impressive funding campaign. → Continue Reading Full Post ←
You will notice the wide banding present in the shadow areas and we asked the creator Graham Rowan for an explanation and it was readily available. Here is the full explanation:→ Continue Reading Full Post ←
Apple today refreshed both the iPad Air and the iPad Mini lines with basically just refined specs but not a re-design or groundbreaking update. The iPad Air 2 is adding the 120fps 720p slow motion feature first seen on the iPhone 5s and bettered in the iPhone 6. However the iPad is not as generous as the iPhone 6’s 240fps and only sports half the frame rate.
Furthermore the iPad Mini 3 has no slow motion feature and seems the least refreshed tablet. If you want an iPad Tablet this year then the iPad Air 2 is a better option overall. If you just got an iPhone 6 or 6+ then both iPad models will be downgrades in performance and features except for the larger screens. For slow Motion the iPhone 6 is still the best bet for Apple products continuing forward.→ Continue Reading Full Post ←
We were alerted yesterday by our reader Robert1200 and today again by James of a new development in low cost high quality slow motion cameras. The fps1000 is about to change the equation all over again. See the already funded Kickstarter Campaign here!
Go Pro Hero 4 Black samples have been hitting the net and included are 1080p 120fps tests. The quality seems much better than what the Hero 3 black was able to do in 720p but it is below what 1080p 60 can deliver on the same cameras.