Back in May, our friend and ex-NASA JPL engineer Mark Rober, figured out a way to shoot "bullet time" videos on the cheap, with a ceiling fan, a pair of flashlights, and a GoPro. Pretty damn creative, but the rig had its limitations. So Mark set out to find a way to create a similar set-up, this time using a high-end…
The mechanism inside a DSLR that converts your press of a button to a giant, detailed JPEG is concealed by a click and an instant. But in that instant lies some incredible engineering—watch it all happen super slowly.
Seriously, nothing shows better the power of the 1000fps Phantom camera than a scary masked man cracking a watermelon open with a baseball bat. But it freaks me out. Now I need some dogs catching treats.