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Faking the Look of Super Slow Motion by Animating Still Photos

Here's a 1-minute video titled "Revolution," created by Dubai-based photographer Sherif Mokbel "to support all the free people fighting for their liberation and right to live." Mokbel also created the work as a technical exercise in how to turn still photos shot with a DSLR into pseudo super-slow-motion footage.

The First Ever Phantom 4K 1000FPS Drone Footage

Crashing and destroying your drone is painful on your wallet, but it's not usually the cost of a house. The video above is different. It's documents the first ever drone flight to involve a Phantom 4K camera mounted to an Aerigon UAV.

"The title of this will either be 'The most technical advanced drone camera flight of all time,' or 'The quarter-million-dollar crash'," says one team member.

Watch How DSLR Shutters Work in 10,000FPS Super Slow Motion

If you want to see the mechanics of how a modern DSLR shutter works, one way to do so is through slow-motion captured with a high-speed camera. That's what Gavin Free of The Slow Mo Guys recently did by pointing a Phantom Flex at his Canon 7D and capturing what goes on inside the mirror box during exposures of various shutter speeds.

By slowing down the movements after shooting at up to 10,000 frames per second, we get to see exactly what goes on in the camera in the blink of an eye.

What a Camera Flash Looks Like in Super Slow Motion

Photographer Florian Knorn recently took a Fastcam SA4 high speed camera -- ordinarily used for observing things like ballistics and fluid dynamics -- and pointed it at a Sony HVL-F58AM flash unit, capturing what a camera flash firing looks like when captured at 500,000 frames per second and then slowed down to to 25fps.

What 10FPS on a Nikon D4 Looks Like in 1920FPS Super Slow Motion

It's not uncommon for digital cameras to have burst modes as fast as 10 frames per second these days -- especially in mirrorless and pellicle mirror cameras -- but do you think you have a good understanding of just how fast 10FPS is? If not, check out this video by YouTube user krnabrnydziobak, who pointed a Phantom Miro eX2 at a Nikon D4 to see what 10FPS looks like when captured at a staggering 1920FPS.