Here's the First Gorgeous Slow-Motion Footage from the New Phantom Camera

Vision Research expanded its line of popular Phantom cameras recently to include a series of compact, rugged high-speed options. One lucky user is the first to get his hands on the Miro M120 and let it loose in the wild. And we're lucky enough to see the results.


Cinematographer Jim Geduldick took the M120 on a slow-motion voyage from the streets of NYC to Woodward skate/BMX camp in rural Pennsylvania. The footage is beautiful, as you might expect. And don't worry, Jim was sure to throw in some pyrotechnics for good measure. I mean, what is Phantom footage without fire? [Vimeo]


Arggh! there goes a...snake a snake!

Whenever new video technology comes out, the next logical application in my mind is always porn; however, I'm not sure how high speed recording (slo-mo video) would go over in porn movies.