How does a high speed camera shutter work? Here's a video of it, in slow motion. Phantom slow mo cams show us just how crazy fast these cameras work. From at 1920 frames per second, here's a Nikon D4 shooting photos at a rate of 10 frames per second.
The mirror flips up and first curtain drops at each photo and exposes the image sensor for 1/200th of a second, of which then the second shutter drops to complete the exposure. It's an amazing feat. Check out the video below:
Single take shots are hard. Simply because one mess up requires a whole re-shoot of the scene. Here's a three minute video that is all just one single shot and it was created by DJI Innovations. It showcases the company's new sub $5000 Ronin gimbal stabilization system for cameras. And oh my god, it is impressive. Read more
Dustin from the Smarter Every Day science channel demonstrates a new experiment with the help of a helium balloon in an accelerating car. How will the balloon move as the car accelerates? Check out the video to find out: Read more
This is one mattress you'll definitely want. Called Casper, it was created from memory foam and a 1.5" layer of latex foam on top of it to provide the best of both worlds. It looks extremely comfortable, and that's because it is! Read more