Monday, October 13, 2008

Time Warp

Time Warp, the new Discovery Channel show that was partially filmed in the Edgerton Center (where I work often) at MIT, premiers this week. Their cameras are very nice, but a while back I wondered what kind of high speed work you could do on a budget. Turns out there are now a few consumer-level cameras that can shoot at relatively high speeds. One is the Casio EX-F1 (and its newer, cheaper cousin the EX-FH20). Here is a compilation of random things shot with a borrowed EX-F1 and finger in one day:

1 comment:

  1. My finger appears unnaturally gelatinous. I would like to inform anybody else who reads this that my fingers are not as they appear in this video, but quite muscular and svelte.