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We've seen the Red One blur the line between DSLRs and HD cameras with Esquire's video-still Megan Fox cover, but this video shows how a photography studio that shoots movie posters has used it to blend photography and video even more.
Flickr user fsumaria has herself a great husband. After all, only a great husband would bake a Nikon D700 cake for his wife's birthday then follow it up by giving her the real thing.
newVideoPlayer("/d3slowmo.flv", 475, 376,""); Ever wondered exactly how honking DSLRs work vs. your pocket point-and-shoot? Photographer Marianne Oelund shot an incredibly high speed sequence (more incredibly, not with a high speed camera!) of Nikon's US$5000 flagship, the D3, popping a 1/62 second exposure, which Jeffrey Friedl has turned into a mini web movie. In 87.8 milliseconds, you see the mirror flip up, the shutter curtain drop to expose the image sensor—at 35kph!—and everything move back into place. Truly amazing: