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High Speed

Phantom Shark Attack

Phantom Shark Attack

If you’re ok with never stepping in the ocean again, then please fill your screen with this amazing HD footage of sharks attacking seal decoys caught with a high speed camera. Jeepers creepers indeed.

The Beauty of High Speed

The Beauty of High Speed

The high-speed specialists at The Marmalade use real technical genius to make their amazing slo-mo shots. That includes the use of Spike: a robotic arm that moves with incredible precision.

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TS3Cine Camera

TS3Cine Camera
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Capable of shooting high-speed video at 1280×1024 resolution at 500 frames-per-second – or up to 20,000fps at lower resolutions, the TS3Cine captures amazing slow-motion footage.

Weisscam High-Speed Demos

Weisscam High-Speed Demos

These incredible videos of everyday objects moving in slow-motion were shot with Weisscam HS-1 and HS-2 high speed cameras, and are completely unretouched. Second demo here.

BMW Formula-Foil 1

BMW Formula-Foil 1

Inspired by F1 cars, ID Dan Baretich created the Formula-Foil 1 concept for the water, with small forced induction engine, ailerons on the front hydrofoil wing and joystick/foot pedal controls.

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