View Full Version : Link: Footage from a 5000FPS camera
2007 November 20th, 07:43
Amazing camera.. does anyone know the price of a camera like this one?.. It can catch a bullet on tape! :eek: That is kinda awesome.
2007 November 20th, 10:31
Don't know what type of cam used but I'd expect a camera like that to cost lot's of money.
2007 November 20th, 17:17
I believe that's the Phantom HD (http://www.reduser.net/forum/showthread.php?t=5880) camera. Unless you're independently wealthy, it's gonna be rental only (http://www.visionresearch.com/index.cfm?sector=htm/files&page=camera_HD_new).
2007 November 20th, 21:30
heh... I'm just wondering what kind of a bullet that is... it totaly rips every object to messy shreds... wouldn't want to get one of those as a "flesh wound" ;)
and on a more general note:
But High Speed photography has been around for quite some time... allthough I don't think that tape is actually fast enough to take on the huge chunks of videodata that a 5000 fps camera would throw at it...
I remember watching camera setups with a single camera exposing a strip of film that was being exposed so fast that instead of pulling the strip through the camera (which would rip the strip to shreds much like bullet and the apple here;)) it had a mirror that would flash the strip in what I recall was something like a millionth of a second (I could be wrong) from bottom to top.
Isn't it funny too that as soon as one gets a high speed camera working you want to film a violent event? Like car crashes, explosions, bullet-impacts and the likes? :)
I like bangs... and... as wise man once said:
"no matter the age, maturity or background... put a guy in the vicinity of something that goes "BANG" and he'll smile" :D
2007 December 1st, 17:06
Does anyone know what the music is?
And the full spot is here: http://www.boardsmag.com/screeningroom/commercials/4738/?q=Malcolm%20Venville;m_id=5147;startat=0
2007 December 2nd, 16:19
Reminds me of Zabriske Point.
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