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Phantom Flex4K: Up Close and Sample Footage

Phantom Flex4K: Up Close and Sample Footage | Ultra High Definition Television (UHDTV) | Scoop.it


Vision Research unveiled its new Phantom Flex4K cinema camera at NAB 2013. The stunner feature is that it captures 4K RAW footage at 1000fps.


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Stupid and Dangerous is More Entertaining at 2500fps [Video - Not UHD]

Stupid and Dangerous is More Entertaining at 2500fps [Video - Not UHD] | Ultra High Definition Television (UHDTV) | Scoop.it

 

This excerpt from the Danish TV show "Dumt & Farligtigen" offers a mesmerizing look into the Phantom Flex's footage of random things being destroyed and captured at 2500fps.

 

Phantom Flex Website:

http://www.visionresearch.com/Products/High-Speed-Cameras/Phantom-Flex/

 

 

Andre Bontems's insight:

 

THIS IS NOT A UHD VIDEO ... so officially does not belong here ...

 

But it is so unusual that I wanted to share it with all of you in anyway. I am sure you will understand! Enjoy it!

 

Another link worth your while:

http://www.gizmodo.co.uk/2013/03/these-exploding-droplets-of-glass-are-a-bewildering-quirk-of-physics/

 

 

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Forthcoming Phantom Flex4K Camera Captures High-Res at 1000 FPS

Forthcoming Phantom Flex4K Camera Captures High-Res at 1000 FPS | Ultra High Definition Television (UHDTV) | Scoop.it


Some of the biggest buzz at NAB 2013 has built around the new Phantom Flex 4K camera from Vision Research, which will have the capability of recording at up to 900 fps at full res (4096×2304) when the company releases it later this year.


At 4096×2160, the camera can capture up to 1000 fps, but if you're willing to step down to HD resolution, you can get 2000 fps out of it. And, just for good measure, the Flex 4K will support 720p recording at a bracing 3000 fps.


Vision Research Website:

http://www.visionresearch.com/


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These Exploding Droplets of Glass Are a Bewildering Quirk of Physics

These Exploding Droplets of Glass Are a Bewildering Quirk of Physics | Ultra High Definition Television (UHDTV) | Scoop.it

 

Making a Prince Rupert’s drop is easy; you just let some molten glass drip into a bucket of water.

 

But the resulting structure is so much more complex than the process that made it.

 

The guys over at SmarterEveryDay took an in-depth look to explain why part of it can’t be destroyed with a hammer, while its other half explodes with the slightest nick.

 

Andre Bontems's insight:

 

THIS IS NOT A UHD VIDEO ... so officially does not belong here ...


But it is so unusual that I wanted to share it with all of you in anyway. I am sure you will understand! Enjoy it!


 

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