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Beautiful Faux Slow Motion with Twixtor and a Canon 550D

Here’s another beautiful example of what Twixtor, the $300 frame-rate conversion software, can do for footage captured with ordinary cameras. This one was shot with the entry level Canon 550D (i.e. T2i), a Canon 18-55mm kit lens, and a Sigma 70-300. Though motion approximation can present issues such as warping, this kind of software is a good alternative for people who want slow motion but can’t afford to rent ($2,500/day) or buy ($118,000) a Phantom camera.

More Super Slow Motion [Water] – 550D (via f stoppers)


 
  • http://twitter.com/KazamMedia Richard Horsfield

    That is cool, cant wait to have a go with software like this, and certainly more versatile than having to hire a Phantom!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Tero-Ahlfors/646327487 Tero Ahlfors

    So is everyone blind or do they not see the warp artifacts? I’d take the Phantom Miro please.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Tero-Ahlfors/646327487 Tero Ahlfors

    So is everyone blind or do they not see the warp artifacts? I’d take the Phantom Miro please.

  • Joakim bergquist

    Warp artifacts? well isnt it worth the fun?

  • Anonymous

    yes, the artifacts can be seen clearly, but I think it was still very entertaining. Depends if your looking at it from an artistic point of view, or a technical one.

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  • ghfdghgfbdvc

    i wonder how much that guy was paid to run threw those puddles and wat not.

  • Joeblogs

     get a life!

  • Swamina87

    hey. what was the settings u used in 550d with 18-55 lens ???