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I need to film some items falling and want to slow it down so it takes 15-30sec to travel from top to bottom of frame at a play back speed of 23.976fps. Any recommendations of what frame rates I should film in and what what high speed camera I should rent?
IDT Y5 HDiablo high speed camera for sale. Well taken care of, only used by me. A 2k res camera for the budget conscious. Please see the showreel link below IDT Y5 Diablo is cinematic high speed to the next level. Starting with the scientific-industrial standards, the cameras are enhanced with a cleaner image, less noise and improved algorithms for superior video output. Independent HDMI and Pixel Pipeline provide constant monitoring and real time image adjustment while YiFi enables wireless control via mobile computing devices such as iPad and iPhone. HDiablo enclosures are specially built to better fit in the rigs needed for film sets. Y5HD surpasses shooting high definition providing a 2560x1920 image at 640 frames per second at max resolution and even faster at reduced resolutions. Extra Accessories included/thrown in: Y series Battery (attached to right of camera in the pictures) Nikon and PL lens mounts Power unit 2x lemo power cables Handle Trigger cable Carrying case Software dongle Extra ethernet cables Hawk Woods v mount battery plate with lemo connector for extended field use. Here's a showreel shot totally the IDT y5 Hdiablo https://vimeo.com/66530094 Looking at US$23K for the whole package, excluding shipping and willing to ship to anywhere in the world.
I have been researching and speaking with Engineers for days about how to build a lighting rig that does not band 96 or 120 frames per second. The GH4, for example, is a camera that requires more light than usual, so I have to have at least 500W power to provide efficient light. Where are these powerful high CRI halogens? I am searching for the bulb specifically. I can build a ballast with a capacitor to offset the peaks in order to avoid banding.