Random Experiments at 2,564 Frames per Second with a Phantom Flex

Tom Guilmette was doing a project in Vegas that involved a Phantom Flex high speed camera when he decided to experiment with 2,564 frames per second in his hotel room. This is the resulting video showing his random experiments.

Even ugly things in life (like dropping your phone) are beautiful in super slow motion.

(via Engadget)

  • Mike Thornton

    wow, and I love the sound design with a superb combination of real sunds with slow mo atmoses created with music and other sounds.

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  • large white picture frame

    If lenses are forced into frames (they do not fit and the bottoms are not even able to fit completely into the frame) can this affect the longevity and durability of the frames? What can happen in this situation?