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Normally coffee gets you all hyped up, but this slow motion footage of an espresso shot being pulled is so relaxing I can hardly take my eyes off it.
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There are few better sentences than one that includes the words “giant”, “bubbles”, “exploding” and “slow motion”. Well, there’s one thing better: a video that fits that sentence.
Best way to show off the iPhone 5s’s slow-motion video capture? By using it to shoot Apple’s new smartphone being destroyed at 120 fps. How delightfully meta.
For the upcoming BBC nature series “South Pacific,” filmmakers rigged a TyphoonHD4 to shoot above and underwater HD in gorgeous slow motion.
newVideoPlayer("/slowmocam_gizmodo.flv", 506, 305,""); Sure, the Casio EX-F1 shoots great slow-mo footage for a consumer camera. But it can’t touch the footage that the SprintCam V3 HD pumps out. Good lord.
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The Gadget: The Casio EX-FH20 camera, bargain brother to the popular EX-F1. It features 1000 fps slow-mo video, a 40 fps burst mode for still shooting and a 9.1-megapixel sensor, as well as good ol’ 720p at regular speeds, all for just over half the price of the original slow-mo star. galleryPost("exfh20lightning", 3, "");