Slow motion 1000 fps

Over at the Performance blog I posted some footage of a tire spin at 1000 fps  but this footage here is of a BMX rider and Red Bull footage at 1000 fps.  This  puts life in an animated state where free fall seems weightless.  The digital world is great, if this were film running, the camera would be screaming  from the amount of film passing through it.  Any thing shot in motion turns into an art form and the resolution is amazing, every detail of life.

Oton Bacar is from Slovenia in Europe and seems quite proud of his work, a quote under his video on U Tube.  “PLEASE NOTE that this is the only original video on YouTube.  All the rest are fakes!”

What he used to perform this footage:

7D slow motion test footage of my friend doing bmx tricks.
Everything was shot in 720p 60fps.

Edited with Twixtor in After Effects.

Lens used: Canon EFS 18-135 mm
Shutter speed unknown

Music: “Fly Away”

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Red Bull Gives You Wings

Now This is Right with The Ship!  Go get your launch Pad, Red Bull does give Wings!

From Red Bull:

Big air, big moves, and even bigger ideas. Red Bull gives you wings. See how we help make athletes’ ideas happen and find out how we can do the same for you at http://redbullusa.com/wings.
Song – “Outro” by M83

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wallride

Gee Atherton pulls a huge stepdown gap to wall ride at Red Bull Rampage 2010.

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step down 360

Darren Berrecloth pulls a stepdown 360 at Red Bull Rampage 2010.

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45 foot

Andreu Lacondeguy sends it off a 45′ stepdown coming off of the Oakley jump at Red Bull Rampage 2010.

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Bull Moment

Red Bull Moments captures athletes doing amazing feats at 1000 frames per second and who better to show off his moves than two-time X-Games gold medalist, Bobby Brown. Bobby breaks down his thought process while performing a triple cork 1440 he landed in Alaska, spring 2011…all caught in super slow motion.

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MotoGP

MotoGP world champion, Casey Stoner, breaks down the technique needed for cornering a MotoGP bike while at incredibly fast speeds…all caught in super slow motion.

Red Bull Moments captures athletes doing amazing feats at 1000 frames per second.

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Go Out To The Launch Pad

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