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?
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).
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.