1. SprintCam v3 NAB 2009 showreel

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    Here is the first SprintCam v3 showreel, made for NAB 2009 exhibition. Sport images are all 1000FPS, and final shot 2500FPS! For best experience, source file download is warmly recommended. A native 25fps 720p H264 quicktime file is available thru the Vimeo download link For ultimate experience, 1080p QT file is now also available : http://www.yourfilelink.com/get.php?fid=497250 Enjoy!

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    • Freelance Whales - Enzymes

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      This video was mostly shot live on a pyrotechnic stage. We used a high speed camera to shoot at 2500fps for the rain, flower explosion and fuse shots. The only artificial visual effects are the face explosion, bubble transformation and smoke to body bag transformation. Enzymes is available for free download at Green Label Sound: http://www.greenlabelsound.com or http://www.greenlabelsound.com/freelance-whales?id=122&type=0 . Directed by Chunwoo Kae and Ryan Demler Cinematography by Jon Miller Edited by Kevin Chapados & Chunwoo Kae Producer - Douglas Matejka VFX - Bruce Hwang Chen & Joseph Oberle DIT - Ben Cain Stage Lighting - Ian Grunes Stylists - Morgan Foote & Jessica Yuen Bubble Artist - Stephen Duncan PAs - Caitlin Kopcik & Dan Teran Shot with Weisscam HS-2 and Canon 5D Shot at J&M Effects www.jmfx.net/ and Nutroaster Studios

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      • 180 Ee Vayasika Raadhu Song

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        Music: Sharreth | Lyrics: Vanamaali | Singer: Tipu When a moment freezes in time, the rules of reality get suspended and suddenly you see magic in things that never demanded a second look. It is when a moment is frozen or slowed down by multiples of hundred times, you suddenly see that gravity disappears into thin air. You see man fly like a bird, walk on water or dance in air. Things that look unreal but it is not. It is happening around us every day, every moment and yet we don't see them. Slowing time brings this magic to light in the song Ee Vayasika Raadhu in 180. A moment frozen in time also makes the man experiencing it suspend all concept of age....timeless as long as he is suspended in it. Once he is out of the moment he knows that age or moment will never come back. The song, with lyrics by Vanamaali and choreography by Dinesh, was shot on the Phantom Flex camera that can shoot up to 2500 frames per second. Here, director Jayendra wanted to express the power and potential of each moment. The song exaggerates the actions that happen in a second through slow motion and makes us realize the magic that goes unnoticed in routine life. Ee Vayasika Raadhu Song - 2 minutes A film by Jayendra starring Siddharth, Nithya Menen and Priya Anand. Produced by Sathyam Cinemas and Aghal Films. © 2011

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        • Nespresso - "One second of emotions"

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          Revealing the famous Nespresso drop at 2500 fps... The making of is available here: https://vimeo.com/57852039 ________________________________ Concept & Artistic Direction Soleil Noir Creative Director Etienne Desclides Director Maxime Bruneel Music composer Guillaume Poyet Production ChezEddy

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          • Making of - "One second of emotions"

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            Behind the scene of the famous Nespresso drop at 2500 fps... The video is available here: https://vimeo.com/57852038 ________________________________ Concept & Artistic Direction Soleil Noir Creative Director Etienne Desclides Director Maxime Bruneel Music composer Guillaume Poyet Production ChezEddy

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            • High Speed Holi

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              Celebrating color at 2500 frames a second!

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              • Quench Showreel

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                • G-Star / Destroy to Construct

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                  We were delighted to be commissioned by Rankin Film to collaborate on this striking new commercial for the G-Star RAW. Inspired by its design philosophy 'Destroy to Construct', the G-Star creative team created a campaign concept that visualises the brand's design approach. The film marks the second in the series of films for the RAW label. The film stars the Ballerina Keenan Kampa of the Mariinsky Ballet Company and Sergio Pizzorno of Kasabian, who also composed the music for the film. The film is a combination of stills, live action and CG. The shoot needed much planning, a huge set was needed with a substantial lighting rig to create the over silhouetted super slow motion images. The sequences were shot using two Phantom cameras at 2500fps over several days, the stars were given full body scans in order to capture their exact geometry. This would aid us greatly when we came to perform the explosive takeovers in Houdini. Further shoots captured torn cloth thrown into the air. The team hoped to create an imaginable scene, so the elements needed to feel natural and real. The elements were conformed and the process of tracking the shots commenced. Due to the linear nature of the film this did not pose too many issues however careful attention was needed in tracking the stars to their CG doubles. We understood the value of creating the film fully within Houdini, so built a character rig for both Keenan and Sergio and the whole sequence was built digitally. This allowed our animators to do some very clever tricks, such as the ripping of the clothes. Once all elements were matched, further finessing was required. The total effect consisted of a multi layered simulation approach combining cloth ripping, porcelain physics for the face and hands, threads and fur. All of which had to be highly controllable given that Rankin's vision was one of a continuous stream of destruction and construction. The final shot proved to be the most challenging, as there is no cut and the transition needed to see wood, metal and guitar strings evolve into bones and clothes. To enable this effect two simulations were required, which were then blended mid point. However, any change to the speed of the running dog or the camera move would require the process to be regenerated. Final elements such as lighting, texture and shading demanded a real degree of sophistication as the ever changing properties of the exploding materials and elements needed to adapt in a seamless way, without the audience being aware. The compositing team then went to work bringing all the elements together and adding the finishing touches of this dynamic stylish film.

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                  • Broken - Phantom Flex 2500 pfs

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                    Shot with the high speed camera Phantom Flex. Check more stuff (french) : http://donnersens.org Check this other slow motion poem video : https://vimeo.com/39792139 Made possible with the help of: http://bfcrental.com Slow motion image credits : DOP : François Starr Assistant Camera : Leonidas Arvanitis Chef Electro : Georges Bulterijs Electro : Denis Machino : Arnaud Berghmans

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                    • Tenebrae - La Passion du Christ - Vendredi Saint - 2500 fps Phantom Flex

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                      L'histoire de la Passion du Christ telle que racontée dans l'évangile de Mathieu. Ce court-métrage présente les derniers moments de la vie de Jésus-Christ le Vendredi Saint. Pour télécharger la vidéo : http://donnersens.org/videos/tenebrae-office-vendredi-saint-passion-christ/ Tourné avec des images en hyper ralenti (slow motion) de 2500 à 5000 images par seconde grâce à la caméra Phantom Flex Rendu possible grâce à BFC Rental, Bruxelles, Belgique (http://bfcrental.com) Acteur : Anouk Juriens et Christian Vez Musique : Raphaël Noir (composition et hammond), Sophie Noir (voix) Réalisation : Philippe Kiener, Yves Gertsch, Patric Schmid Maquillage : Marie-Laure Leresche Montage, mixage et étalonnage : Philippe Kiener Prise de son : Yves Gertsch Image en slow motion : DOP : François Starr Assistant Camera : Leonidas Arvanitis Chef Electro : Georges Bulterijs Electro : Denis Machino : Arnaud Berghmans Les acteurs ont été filmé avec : Canon 5D & 7D, objectif Zeiss Grain: cinegrain

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