This Video was filmed by The Slow Mo Guys using a Phantom 4K Flex camera. It shows Daniel Gruchy dunking a foam ball in water and spinning it. The pair also added blue and purple food colorizing to the water. When slowed down, the ball resembles the center of a spiral galaxy and the water looks like its spiraling arms
Fox Sports is in the midst of coverage of two MLB American League Divisional Series that each feature technologies that will be deployed for the American League Championship Series and World Series coverage. The Fox team is also in the midst of a first for the network: postseason baseball in Canada.
X10 UHD RF is the latest version of the X10 product line and extends the operational flexibility of the X10 system by supporting wireless shooting in HD productions where being close to the action is important. Combining the class-leading features of the X10 technology with RF transmission capability for HD production, X10 UHD RF integrates Vision Research’s Flex 4K high-speed camera, and can be configured fully integrated with industry-leading production servers.
Perhaps the most intriguing of the cameras is one tabbed the Phantom Cam. This cam, prevalent in the recent World Series broadcasted by FOX, usually records between 400 and 1,000 frames per second, but can reach as high as 5,000 FPS.
Vision research has provided invaluable support for our students related to high-speed video using their Phantom cameras, allowing our students to produce professional-quality high-speed imaging for advertising, narrative and documentary filmmaking, educational communications, as well as scientific and engineering applications.