Video: Drop a couple of M&M's in a petri dish filled with water, point a Sony A7R M2 camera at the experiment capturing a 4K timelapse, and what you get is some remarkably beautiful footage of the colourful candy coating melting away. Without the "M" stamped on each candy, you would almost assume this was footage from by a telescope peering deep into space.
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