Proven fact: everything's better in slooooow mooootion. For some more evidence, the ZPZ Equipment team has posted test footage using the Sony NEX-FS700, a camera that will be used in filming Parts Unknown, Anthony Bourdain's new show for CNN.
The footage — clearly made more dramatic by the background music — was shot at ISO 500 at 480 frames per second. The camera itself is fairly new, and made a big splash for doing super slow motion at 1080p for under $US10,000. Obviously the video is pretty mesmerising, and now that No Reservations has wrapped, we're ready to fill the void with Bourdain's new show. Especially if it includes many, many slow-mo shots. [@Bourdain]