After bringing an 8,000 fps high definition camera to the Olympics so everyone could see Michael Phelps touch the wall first, I-Movix is ready to show off the SprintCam v3 HD at NAB 2009. While the don't-ask priced camera is way out of the range of the prosumer market it's aimed at sports and documentary makers, with what it claims is the only fully integrated slow motion system capable of 1,000 fps in full HD for broadcast. Whatever, we're just impressed by this HD trailer I-Movix put together (embedded after the break,) we never knew watching Jell-O or a Koosh ball bounce could be so intense.
I-Movix SprintCam v3 NAB 2009 showreel from David Coiffier on Vimeo.
Here is the first SprintCam v3 showreel, made for NAB 2009 exhibition.
Mostly 1000FPS shots, made during a recent rubgy competition in the Stade de France, Paris.
Don't forget to use the download link for best experience...