1. Lightning captured at 7,207 images per second

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    A downward lightning negative ground flash captured at 7,207 images per second. A negative stepped leader emerges from the cloud and connects with the ground forming a return stroke.

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    • Semi-Permanent Sydney 2014 Titles

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      Title design for Semi-Permanent's 2014 | Sydney conference. See the making-of feature at Art of the Title: http://www.artofthetitle.com/title/semi-permanent-sydney-2014/

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      • The Speaker Orchestra

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        A short little piece I directed for DTS. For more information visit http://rossching.com/dts Conductor — George Shaw Client DTS — David Blasucci Agency One Plus Two, Inc. — Jim McNutt Executive Producers — J.P. McMahon & Tristan Drew Producer — Carl Hampe Director of Photography — Jim Matlosz 1st AD — Paul Yates Editor — Ross Ching VFX — Brickyard VFX — Jeff Blodgett, Mandy Sorenson Post Music Mix — Fred Maher Music Composers — Diego Stocco & Patrick Leonard BTS & Still Photography — Don Le & Bryan Shin Location — Panavision, Woodland Hills, CA

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        • "Apis Mellifera: Honey Bee" a high-speed short

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          from Michael N Sutton / @MNS1974 / Added

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          Those clips and more available to license via Story&Heart. Link to : https://www.storyandheart.com/stories/707 Last week I wanted to film something in high-speed (I shoot something every week to keep it fresh). My Bullfrog film had done well on the internet and I wanted to step up and challenge myself. I have wanted to film bee's for quite a while and luckily for me there happened to be an apiary in my town. Allen Lindahl owner of www.hillsidebees.com stepped up and allowed me to film his hives. It was 92 degrees out and the sun was bearing down, but I was told sunny days are when the bee's are most active. Without a bee outfit, I was ready to shoot. I was able to get pretty close to one of the hives (about one and a half feet) which was perfect for using the Canon 100mm Macro IS. I primarily filmed with the Canon 30-105mm Cinema zoom lens wide open. I also used a 300mm Tamron and a Nikon 50mm. I had my trusty Sound Devices Pix 240i as a field monitor and for recording ProRes via the HD-SDI out of the Photron BC2 HD/2K. It was very hard to track the bee's as they fly very fast and were getting a little bothered by how close I was to the hives. I was only stung three times which is pretty remarkable due to my proximity and my lens poking almost into the entrance way of the hive. I shot for approx 2.5 hours each day. It was so hot I got a pretty bad sunburn and the camera was hot enough to cook a fat porterhouse. There was a few moments that were intimidating when bee's started landing on my arms, face, in my ear and on my eye. I just stayed still and they went on their way with the exception of the three stings (1 on the arm, 1 on the neck and 1 under my ear). Bee's are actually quite docile and would prefer not to sting. They just want to make honey. Shot/Dir/Edit by: Michael Sutton @MNS1974 Equipment used: Camera: Photron Fastcam BC2 HD/2K high-speed S35 camera system w/ custom trigger & batteries (1000-6800fps) 2K, HD (1080p & 720p) and SD Lenses: Canon 30-105mm Cine zoom, Canon 100mm Macro, Nikon 50mm, 300mm Tamron SP Recorder: Sound Devices Pix 240i w/ Sandisk CF cards Support: Kessler Crane Carbon Fiber Stealth, Manfrotto 516 head w/546GBK tripod Music Licensed via: Licensor's Author Username: lacisz Licensee: Michael Sutton Song: Dubstep Drift http://audiojungle.net/item/dubstep-drift/4234563 Item ID: 4234563 Purchase Date: 2014-07-01 23:08:46 UTC Special thanks to: Mike Cohen Allen Lindahl of Hillside Bee's Heather Sutton Eric Kessler and Chris Beller of Kessler Crane Contact: Michael Sutton website: www.frozenprosperity.com email: mike at frozenprosperity dot com phone: listed on website twitter: @MNS1974 & @frozenpros

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          • WE LOVE SLOWMO

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            Everything is a little better in slow motion thanks to our Phantom Miro LC320s. This is a selection of clips from various Antimedia productions over the past year. For rental inquiries see antimedia.no or contact andreas@antimedia.no

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            • Bullfrog

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              from Michael N Sutton / @MNS1974 / Added

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              During a torrential downpour at Robert Frost Farm, I ventured into the forest which hides a frog pond and decided to film Bullfrogs in slowmo using my Photron Fastcam BC2 HD camera. In hindsight I should have at least bought an assistant as the rain was severe and the gear was heavy and awkward to carry by myself. Also I had to make a custom rain cover for the camera, Pix240i and the lens. As a kid I always wanted to shoot wildlife documentaries, etc as Wild America and other shows were my favorite when I was allowed to watch TV. This is actually harder in real life. Being that there was little light to work with I was shooting at 2.8 wide open and 1000fps was the highest frame rate I could go in regards to exposure. Since my lens was a 300mm the depth of field was literally 2-4mm in some of the shots which you can see when the frogs jump or if you look at the background to foreground relationship. I am pretty happy with the result and I can only get better being this is my first attempt at high-speed animal filming. Actors: Frogs, mosquitos Camera: Photron Fastcam BC2 HD / 2K high-speed camera Lens: 300mm Tamron SP in OD Green with Nikon Adaptall 2 mount Recorder: Sound Devices Pix 240i Format recorded: 10-Bit 1080p to ProRes HQ Tripod: Manfrotto Slider: Kessler Crane Carbon Fiber Stealth Lighting: None AC, grip, gaffer, sound recordist, PA: None Music is licensed via: Audio Jungle Music Author: RalphSd Licensee: Michael Sutton Song: Death and Decay Sound effects mixed by Michael Sutton Thanks to: Kessler Crane Mike Cohen Heather Sutton Produced for: www.frozenprosperity.com Mike at frozenprosperity dot com Twitter: @MNS1974 Twitter: @frozenpros Do you need a cool promo, stills, commercial, corporate, sizzle or product video? Call us 1-603-505-8884 x 701

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              • First Look at the Ultra-Compact Phantom Miro M320S

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                The new Phantom Miro M320S high-speed camera has just been announced by Vision Research. This is the new flagship in the Phantom Miro line of ultra-compact high-speed cameras, whose form factors open up a new world of creative possibilities for super slow motion cinematography. The Miro M320S features a 12 bit, 2 Megapixel sensor that’s near the size of 35mm film, and can capture up to 1500 frames per second at 1920×1080 resolution. The M320S features an HD-SDI output for high-quality monitoring or recording and is available with all popular lens mounts. Literally fitting in the palm of your hand, the Miro weighs in at only three pounds. AbelCine has developed a new line of accessories specifically for the Miro. Watch our video above to learn more about the full Miro system and its workflow. For more information on the Miro M320S, please visit our product page & our Phantom Miro FAQ: http://www.abelcine.com/store/Phantom-Miro-M320S-High-Speed-Digital-Camera http://resources.abelcine.com/2012/04/02/phantom-miro-m-series-faq/

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                • a smashing good holiday

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                  from Michael N Sutton / @MNS1974 / Added

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                  A fun high-speed holiday short film shot at 900-2564fps emphasizing the more chaotic aspects of the season is at least a change of pace - All music and sound effects are licensed. Directed by: Heather Sutton Shot/Edit/Sound Design: Michael N Sutton @MNS1974 Mike & Heather Sutton www.frozenprosperity.com Merrimack, NH info@frozenprosperity.com Camera: Phantom Flex Lighting: Zylight F8, iS3 and Z90 LED www.zylight.com

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                  • MBC DRAMA PIANO

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                    from Alexander Grinke / Added

                    Variety of Idents shot for MBC DRAMA Channel. Shot with Weisscam, 1500 fps. Concept/Design: Alexander Grinke. Director: Alexander Grinke. DoP: René Richter. Lighting: Uwe Hagenbach. Set Design: Katja Severin. Special Effects: Wolfrik Fischer. Colour Grading: Peter Deinas. Music Compositiion: Frank Brunier. Edit: Peter Stoppel. © MBC GROUP 2011

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                    • The History Channel's Top Shot

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                      King and Country had a great time blowing up everything on site during the filming of this spot for The History Channel's Top Shot. A .44 Magnum, a high powered 308 sniper rifle, knives, and a bow and arrow were used while shooting on the high speed Phantom camera to catch some amazing Top Shots. Director: King and Country More Info: http://www.history.com/shows/top-shot/

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