Here's Some Awesome Slow-Mo Test Footage From Anthony Bourdain's New Show

Proven fact: everything's better in slooooow mooootion. For some more evidence, the ZPZ Equipment team has posted test footage using the Sony NEX-FS700, a camera that will be used in filming Parts Unknown, Anthony Bourdain's new show for CNN.

The footage—clearly made more dramatic by the background music—was shot at ISO 500 at 480 frames per second. The camera itself is fairly new, and made a big splash for doing super slow motion at 1080p for under $10,000. Obviously the video is pretty mesmerizing, and now that No Reservations has wrapped, we're ready to fill the void with Bourdain's new show. Especially if it includes many, many slow-mo shots. [@Bourdain]


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