High Speed / Slow Motion

Days Out with the Phantom Miro M120



Cinematographer Jim Geduldick was lucky enough to be the first person to shoot with Vision Research’s new Phantom Miro M120 high-speed camera. Let the slow-mo goodness begin.

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Getting Silly With A Phantom Flex


After the huge outlay of money one spends on a Phantom Flex ($50K – $150K) it’s only natural that you would sit around and think of the most harebrained things to film with it. I can definitely think of a few things worth doing, anyone want to lend me one for the weekend?

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Flint and Steel at 5000fps | The Slow Mo Guys


Another day in the office for the boys, this time playing with some flint and steel to create what I like to describe as fireworks for ants.

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Balloon Bullet Time | The Slow Mo Guys


In this one, Gav and Dan shoot some water balloons in super slow motion with a BB gun. As always you should watch this in HD so you can see the little pellet flying through the air.

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Charles Bergquist | High Speed Reel 2011


If there’s one thing you have learned from this blog it’s that everything is better in slow motion. Take a look at what Charles Bergquist has been up to with the Olympus iSpeed 3 High Speed Camera.

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Droplet Collisions at 5000fps | The Slow Mo Guys


In the slowest slow mo video yet, Gav shows us the classic colliding droplets shot in liquid. Using a mixture of coloured water and milk shot at 5000 frames per second (200 times slower than real-time).

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Exploding Cocktails In Slow Motion


The only thing better than footage shot at 5000-8900fps is when it’s been edited perfectly and put to a Beastie Boys soundtrack. Video by Ty Migota.

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Apple Golf | The Slow Mo Guys


Gav & Dan decide to take out some pent up anger on some defenseless apples. Fruit lovers might want to look away for this one.

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The Slow Mo Guys | Exploding Lighters


I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, everything’s cooler at 1000 frames per second.

The Slow Mo Guys have done it again.

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Killing Time With A Phantom Flex


You don’t want to know the things I would do to own a Phantom Flex. It’s pretty obvious that everything looks better at 2564 frames per second but at between $50,000 – $150,000 a pop it’s probably something I’m going to have to live without. I guess 60fps will have to do me for now.

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