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How Phantom Ultra-Slow-Mo Cameras Are Made


If you ever see an ultra-slow-motion clip online, there’s a good chance that it was shot using a Phantom high-speed camera. The 12-minute video above is a behind-the-scenes look at how the cameras — which cost upwards of $150,000 — are made.

In the video, Gav from the popular YouTube channel The Slow Mo Guys pays a visit to the Wayne, New Jersey, headquarters of the company behind the Phantom camera, Vision Research.

We see various parts of the manufacturing process, from how the circuit boards are born to the various tiny components that go into each camera.