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Hummingbird Science Hi Speed on Nat Geo!

Hummingbird Science

The National Geographic Channel in conjunction with  Clark lab at US RiversideDudley lab at UC Berkeley,   have posted a video that shows the process of capturing hummingbirds in flight, feeding, and doing acrobatics all in glorious 4k at 2000fps.  It is probably the most scientifically worthy portrayal of hummingbirds in flight ever to be documented.

The intricacies of flight, hovering and coping with the environmental elements that hummingbirds have to fend off and how they accomplish it are now being deciphered with the help of 4k Phantom Flex cameras in great detail mainly shot by naturalist filmmaker Anand Varma.  This is all part of a recent National Geographic story on hummingbirds here![...] → Continue Reading Full Post ←

5 Amazing Slow Motion Videos!

5 Amazing Slow Motion Videos

We have to share some amazingly cool slow motion videos we came across recently.  There is continuous production of quality high speed content as the democratization of slow motion cameras is happening. However there is so much content being produced that is sometimes easy to miss.

The videos below are using Phantom cameras or experimental cameras in the mid 20th century capable of 15 million frames/sec to capture the initial fireball of a nuclear detonation. That rapatronic camera used an array of separate camera modules to reach that speed. However the frames recorded only were fractions of a second[...] → Continue Reading Full Post ←

Five Christmas Slow Motion Videos!

Five Christmas Slow Motion Videos

We have gathered a few popular high speed videos with Christmas holiday theme to kill a few minutes with your family on your couch or just to get away from them altogether while dozing off on eggnog. Slow motion tends to be used for almost any occasion to make the mundane events in life seem just a little more engaging.

There is also an explosion of slow motion footage happening in the web today with the wide availability of higher frame rate cameras. From cellphone slowmo to cheaper professional options; the high speed imaging niche is getting ever wider. We hope to see some of your own cool footage soon in social video sites![...] → Continue Reading Full Post ←

Halloween Slow Motion Videos!

Halloween Slow Motion

It is that time of the year again where skeletons, ghouls and ghosts come out to play. And what better way than to show some slow motion footage of Halloween themes being explored or exploded. Pumpkins, ghosts, spiders and witches are ready for your undivided attention and be sure to visit their creators.

These are shot with anything from a phone to a high end Phantom camera. However it is all about technique and execution. With the advent of affordable slow motion it is easy to find diverse and quality material shot with good production and planning.  Stay Safe![...] → Continue Reading Full Post ←

Slow Motion Summer 2016!

Slow Motion Summer

It’s that time of the year again when we revisit and dig up slow motion footage that is just out of this world cool.  From the most well known names in YouTube slow-mo to the obscure coolness of the lab and phone tests.

We choose a list of what we believe represent the current cutting edge in slow motion video art and research. Not everything is about gear and specs, a little inspiring footage can make your current camera shine again when you get an idea and put it to the test.[...] → Continue Reading Full Post ←

1500 Water Balloons On a Trampoline Slow Motion!

1500Baloons

If you thought you couldn’t get sicker about water balloons bouncing and stretching in slow motion think again!  This time 1500 small water balloons are bounced on a  trampoline with kids jumping to create some mesmerizing footage with the help of a Phantom Camera rental from aimed reasearch.

Mark Rober the creator of the video is a former NASA Engineer who worked on the curiosity rover and overall experimental scientist that does a lot of cool things in his life and shares them on his Twitter feed here! This time his nephews and himself enjoy bouncing with diverse water balloons while filming in super slow motion for an enjoyable effect.[...] → Continue Reading Full Post ←