3D recordings in PSNC studio made using slowmotion technology with two Phantom Flex 4K cameras and 3D rig
Poznań, Poland, 2019
The PSNC used two ultra high-speed cameras capable of recording 4K video at about 1000 frames per second to record the falling objects frozen in the Liquid Nitrogen. This speed allows us to record and see phenomena that are invisible at normal speed. Using 60 fps recording with 1000fps camera, we can achieve slow motion effect and can see every detail of the processes. Additionally, an innovative approach was to synchronize two independent HFR cameras and make a 3D recording using a special 3D Stereotec rig.
On the recordings you can see, among other things, watering of light bulbs, frozen jelly and tulips crashing on the sheet of plexiglass and a flying mini-drone.
- 2x Ultra High-speed cameras Phantom Flex 4K
- 3D rig from Stereotec
- Liquid Nitrogen for freezing objects
- Monitor BVM-X300
- More than 6kW of ARRI HMI Film Lighting
- Paweł Rybarczyk – Cameraman
- Eryk Skotarczak – Cameraman, Stereographer, Camera assistant
- Leszek Nowak – Cameraman, Camera assistant, Edit
- Jacek Walczak – assistant
- Wojciech Raszewski – assistant
- Maciej Rutkowski – Coordination
Credits, Special Thanks
- mgr Marta Rachwalak, Department of Nucleoside and Nucleotide Chemistry, Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry Polish Academy of Sciences
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