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Old     (lflegz)      Join Date: Dec 2006       01-17-2007, 12:55 PM Reply   
in some of justin stephens vids he has this incredibly sharp and clear slow mo that is going at like 2%. does anyone know how to do this, or how its done?
Old     (kingskrew)      Join Date: May 2004       01-17-2007, 1:26 PM Reply   
High fps (frames per second) cameras. They're expensive...

Old     (lfshane132)      Join Date: Jan 2007       01-17-2007, 4:36 PM Reply   
yeah he bought a camera that was designed by the military to see how a bullet shoots its a great buy if u got ten grand to spend
Old     (scott_a)      Join Date: Dec 2002       01-17-2007, 6:45 PM Reply   
or a couple hundred per day to rent...

There's a bunch of footage of it on Pull. Pick up the box set and check it out. There's actually a bunch of footage of their Powell trip and some stuff on Letchworth, too.
Old     (dcervenka)      Join Date: Sep 2002       01-17-2007, 9:08 PM Reply   
I'm pretty sure it's more than $200/day because a typical Hig-Def camera like the Panasonic HVX or Sony FX1 will cost you $350-500/day.

I was under the impression that it was close to $1k/day to rent because it comes with a custom laptop to capture the footage. The video is such high resolution and with the massive amounts of frames being captured, he could only capture 4-5 seconds worth of footage at a time..

Maybe Justin will chime and set us all straight..?
Old     (cali_rider)      Join Date: Feb 2004       01-18-2007, 9:38 PM Reply   
Its about $800 to $1000 a day usually unless you got a hook up

Depending on the camera the lower the FPS the higher the quality. It also shoots in Tiff sequences, .avi compressed and .mov compressed.

This is what i have found and been told. I could be wrong but it looked like he shot at least 2000 FPS but id bet its 4000 FPS

To check out some more cool high speed look at

But Justins highspeed was hands down amazing. Great Job
Old     (cali_rider)      Join Date: Feb 2004       02-16-2007, 5:58 PM Reply   
Figured it out.

I was pretty off. The high speed stuff in the truth was at about 500 FPS and some where a 1000 FPS.

The rental is $1000 a day plus $500 every 10 hrs for the OP. But there are some places that are cheaper and dont need an OP.

but ya i figured i'll let yall know about that.


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