When running your business in a world surrounded by video, it can be hard to stand out from your competitors. Video production technology is evolving faster than it ever has before, and it’s becoming easier and cheaper to produce. So how do you get on top of the competition? By showing your business like no one has seen it before: Slow Motion Video Production.

Slow motion video production can turn a single moment into an emotional and impactful sequence. Human expressions can tell everything we need to know about how a person is feeling. Slow motion can hold on that emotion for longer and utilise the full power of that expression.

In order to create slow motion video, you need high speed cameras and we’ve got them on our shelves. These cameras can show you the world hundreds of times slower than you can ever see with your own eyes whilst producing superb film-quality high definition imagery. The Slow Motion Video Production example below is one of the first tests with our Phantom VEO 640S.


UP TO 10,000 FPS

Filming in slow motion actually means filming is super high speed. Normal film is recorded in 24, 25 or 30 frames per second. So to capture events that happen in milliseconds, your camera should film at extreme high speeds. Our Phantom VEOS can film up to 10,000 frames per second. Fast enough to capture a speeding bullet! Below is an overview of the different frame rates we can record in and how long it would take to play back in a normal 25 frames per second video. Witness the power of High Speed Video Production.

2.5K @ 1500 FPS (full frame) – 1 second captured takes 60 seconds to watch on normal speed

2K @ 2510 FPS (2K 1.78:1) – 1 second captured takes 100 seconds to watch on normal speed

1080 @ 2822 FPS (HD / 1.77:1) HD – 1 second captured takes 118 seconds to watch on normal speed

720P @ 5788 FPS HD  – 1 second captured takes 231 seconds, nearly four minutes, to watch on normal speed

576P @ 8650 FPS – 1 second captured takes 346 seconds, nearly six minutes, to watch on normal speed

480P @ 10,000 FPS – 1 second captured takes 400 seconds, almost 7 minutes, to watch on normal speed


Slow motion isn’t easy. You need more powerful lighting than usual and you need people who know how to produce great slow motion footage. Besides the technical skill set, you’ll need people who know how to use it in your video strategy. Yes, High Speed Video Production requires specialised equipment that comes at a certain cost. But you’ll be surprised to hear what we can do for smaller budgets.

Do you pride yourself on the precision you provide in your service to your clients? Do you have a product with a function that is difficult to put into words? Stop talking about it and take this opportunity to actually show your audience how good your work is.




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