Tired of the standard tennis game? The Slow Mo Guys have a solution, set those balls on fire with a little gasoline.
Generally speaking, riding your motorbike through an inferno isn’t a good idea, but when you shoot it in slow motion, man, does it look freaking sweet!
There’s nothing like watching fireworks tear something apart at 2500 fps. Danish show Dumt & Farligt performs all sorts of destructive and explosive experiments on household items. It’s like Mythbusters for idiots.
Ever wonder about the intricacies of smashing porcelain wares, glass, eggs and other fragile objects with a slingshot? Wonder no more with the results filmed using a Phantom Flex camera, shot between 3,200 and 6,900 fps to give you ever detail of the destruction.
Robbyn Magby sticks a super clean 720 double kickflip that was caught on film in slow motion at 1000 FPS. Watch how barely his feet clear the board just before he plants it.
Filmographer Chris Bryan was on hand at the 2011 Billabong Pro in Teahupo’o, trusty Phantom HD in hand to capture some amazing shots of what many are calling the largest Teahupoo ever ridden. The French Navy went as far as to label this day a double code red, prohibiting anyone to enter the water and threatening to arrest any who did.
Blow up a car and you’re a pyromaniac. Blow up a car while filming it and you’re an artist. See what I just did?
The Isle of Mann TT is one of the oldest and most prestigious motorcycle races in the world. Every Summer, riders test the limits of a 38 mile road course that includes 25 mph hairpins and 200+ mph straits.
The Freestyle Mountain Biking World Tour stopped in Leogang, Austria where the action was slowed to 1,000 fps for your viewing pleasure.