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Underwater Explosions in Super Slow Motion (120,000fps) – The Slow Mo Guys

Gave and Dan from The Slow Mo Guys usually blow stuff in regular air, but now, they’ve submerged a firecracker underwater (in a fish tank) and filmed it in super slow motion (120,000fps) with a Phantom V2511, a camera that can film at speeds up to up to 150,000fps! Underwater explosions are really cool. Check […] The post Underwater Explosions in Super Slow Motion (120,000fps) – The Slow Mo Guys appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
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