February 12, 2011 by USA Post
Phantom Flex, In the MSO, we try to inform as many cameras and digital cameras different as we can, some of the most recent were at CES 2011, where we take a look back at them. Some of them included the JVC GC-PX1 who can not decide if it’s a camera or camcorder, the ZR100 Casio EX-Exilum and of course the Sony Handycam HDR-TD10, which can record in full 3D.
We also reported some new cameras such as Ricoh and Canon DSLR CX5 T3/T3i but now we read a report from another camera and it looks like the most amazing thing I’ve personally never seen. The Flex Phantom captures life, as you’ve never seen before.
Engadget Vlad Savov described in his article, he dropped jaws with its incredible slowness of movement sequences. In the video you can see the water running tap water falling on a surface and disperse into a million tiny droplets, a glass of water being dropped a light bulb shattering and a BlackBerry in a waterfall shows vibrations travel up her body with the impact.
2800 fps at 1080p. 2560 x1, 600 CMOS 12-bit color.
Translated, means the Phantom Flex geektalk camcorder can shoot 2800 celestial frames per second in high resolution.
The slow motion video camera is capable of capturing stunning images of life.
Tom Guilmette was in Las Vegas for the World Championships Ping Pong, where he was filming for the FOX television slowed.
So what to do after the concert is over?
Go back to his hotel room at The Palms and start shooting everyday life.
He edited the video and in some of the most stunning images we have seen from FlipChip. Oh, and he went with 2564 frames per second.
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