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For reference, the iPhone X's slow-motion video is limited to 240 fps.
Maximising the picture quality of those sequences depends on pristine acquisition, but the expensive costs of previous high-end, slow-motion cameras had limited their adoption.
Director Scott has forged a long and illustrious career out of male posturing and testosterone-fuelled mayhem, and this remake of the 1974 thriller starring Walter Matthau and Robert Shaw falls back on trademark slam-bang, slow-motion set-pieces.
In other words, the result is something like slow-motion that takes place in real time.
All the while, he encouraged me with the intensity of a college coach: "Make a slow-motion turn on the top of the bump now
There's a Brakhage-like purity to the best surf footage, a sumptuous, slow-motion self-reflexivity.
Why do they show slow-motion replays of the final dart hitting the board?
One selling point: VariCam can produce sharp time-lapse and slow-motion images, which are particularly handy for science programming, says Marc Wellington, former chief engineer in the telecommunications department.
DANCERS PROPELLED THEMSELVES ACROSS THE STAGE ON HANDS AND FEET IN A SLOW-MOTION RENDITION OF THE B-BOY FLOOR SPIN WHILE, LIKE A GHOSTLY AFTERTHOUGHT AND DRESSED IN THE LONG, BLACK COAT WORN BY SUFI DERVISHES, HARRIS CROSSED THE STATE PERFORMING HIS CELEBRATED LOCKING-POPPING MOVEMENTS.
10) Although this gap occurs in a very brief span of time, because of the common perceptual distortion of slow-motion time, it can seem to the officers as if they stood there forever after perceiving the threat and before responding.
LIS will also be demonstrating the Redlake MotionMeter, a handheld slow-motion digital video camera.
Andy Gray has the benefit of slow-motion replays and all those different camera angles.