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      02-24-2011, 04:12 AM   #1
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Angry 420fps SMASHTACULAR filmed on Casio Exilim cameras



Hi guys,

I just thought I'd share a slow motion clip I've recently made shot on the Casio FH25 and FH100 cameras for anyone who is thinking of purchasing one of these. We got a whole bunch of inanimate objects and smashed the hell out of them.

Both cameras were great to use, very easy to get the hang of and because of their size we were able to put them right up close to the action. I made little protective boxes so that we wouldn't break the cameras too much.

This footage is shot at 420fps on a shutter of around 1/800th of a second. ISO was at either 800 or 1600. Dollar for dollar I'd say these cameras are a no-brainer if you're after something that takes high speed video AND rather nice pictures too. I used the FH25 as my primary camera as it has several more manual controls but overall since I was shooting video they were largely the same.

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Pretty crappy quality
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Haha. If you are referring to the image quality. The cameras, when set to film in slow motion, record to a very low resolution. But then again, they only cost about $300 or so. DIRT CHEAP! I found 420fps to be a decent compromise between a smooth slomo effect and just enough res to get a good 'old-VHS' look.

If, on the other hand you're referring to the overall quality of the creative idea then my good sir, I apologize. We just wanted to smash stuff.
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Yeah, the Phantom is a sweet machine. I'm looking for an excuse to play with that next...
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