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    High-speed photography

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    Neat stuff. I like the hair one. Even though that's probably the most over done one. >_<"
    死神はリンゴしか食べない。

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    Those are all very cool!

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    Nice job there! You took these, I assume?
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    honestly... What?

    Ohh this is spam.

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    how were these taken what shutter speed (the highest setting?) and did you use a flash to freeze the motion?
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    I somehow doubt that this fellow is the one responsible for these shots. I think he/she just wanted to share the cool factor of them. Exif data shows nothing except that they were all possibly taken in 2008. There's a consumer brand Casio camera which is capable of doing this on the cheap which I think came out in 2008:

    Casio Exilim Pro EX-F1 60FPS

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    I read about something that achieves results like this, I don't recall the name but it was something like GigaCam. A slow motion video recorder that did something like 1,000 fps.

    Here's a video
    YouTube - Slowed Down Camera - 80x Slower! And Up To 1000x Slower!

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    That would be interesting to see if shoot a person running. It probably would make it look painful.
    死神はリンゴしか食べない。

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    Crimson All you need to make running look painful is to take a picture of someone running across glass. Just remember to set your camera to shutter priority and use a shutter speed over 1/2000.


    This is just about the most famous high speed photo out there and it was taken in 1964.
    Doc Edgerton

    I still say the original poster of this thread just posted this as spam to lead to his crappy bargain basement site but hey it has led to an interesting conversation.

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    I don't know if I ever posted it anywhere, but I did once get a cool photo of a rock hitting the surface of water. I actually caught the rock as it struck the surface. I'll have to find and post it, if it's not already online somewhere...



    EDIT: Aha! Here they are! They are kinda low quality.... lots of noise (shot at ISO 1600) and pretty dark. But hey, I feel like this pushed my little Canon Powershot A560 to the limit.







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    nice shots BlueMac, i might have to try to take some shots like that.
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    I love looking at high speed stuff. And BlueMac, it might look better if you zoom in on just the splash.

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