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Discussion in 'Photos and Videos' started by jebsmith, Sep 8, 2015.
Just out messing around with some of our gear.
That could have been about 30 seconds shorter. lol
And miss the pitch changes...no thank you. Good the way it was. If you don't have time in your life for 30 sec then you might be ADD
Nice video mate, too bad the out of focus part.
It was nice while it was in focus!
interesting to see, thanks.
The sad thing...300fps is soo meh these days...all about that phantomflex
Not everybody can or will invest USD 25.000 for doing slowmo with a phantomflex. 300fps is already not bad, normally limit to a 180 fps in 1080p
Nice to see how the Inspire reacts and the gimbal takes this very well. THNKS
Think you missed a zero off of that figure.
If you can get me the new Phantom Flex for $25k I will take it - NOW!!
The new Flex will do 1,000fps at full 4k uncompressed !!! - circa $140k without glass.
Oh - and in case anyone was wondering..... 64GB card will last you 5 seconds (assuming there was a card that could be written to at 8Gpx/second)
The Cinemag for the Phantom Flex 4K is 1 and 2 TB and are over the quoted $25K just for the record media. 1 day rental $3000 + $750 per 2TB Cinemag.
That was on purpose. We could have changed the fstop and got everything in focus including the background.
The phantomflex would not benefit me or my company at all for the work we do.
Really, ok but I can't claim to understand why.
Honestly not complaining, I really liked the in focus shots ... and I know very well how hard it is to keep something like that in focus when your aperture is wide open.
It looks soft rather than a pulled focus as if it was left wide open and the inspire came into focus. The bokeh for the background doesn't look dramatically blown like you would expect for a wide open f stop on that camera.
Woooaaaa I liked that. Thanks for sharing!
Reminds me of when we were kids and someone would stumble or wreck his bike, he'd say, "I meant to do that."
That entire shot was only about 1 second. Pulling focus is not an option.
480fps on a Sony fs700. Slomo is fun!