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    Slow High-Speed

    I have been recording for this 2 minute video all year with my high speed camera, from a lot of different places. And now its finally compiled into a short vid. I hope you guys enjoy it.


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    what camera do you use?, that was really smooth,!,,,, the vid was pretty good, just got a little bit repetative towards the end, lots of hucks and jumps, a little more variety would have been good. but overall it was a good effort and very watchable indeed. so well done matey.

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    Glad you like it : ) Its a Casio Ex FC100

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    great video, I'm curious on how many fps you were recording.

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    Me likey too. I am always amazed how much the rear wheel seems to be deflected compared to front in slow mo vids through rock gardens.

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    Crazy how those wheels look they're made out of wet noodles going down the rooted section.

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    Glad you like it guys, its recorded in 240fps.

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    Crazy to see how much the frame/suspension flexes on some of those jumps too. Nice!

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    Really well made video. More!!

    Can't believe how well it shows the wheel flex over a rooty section - scary - what wheels were they?!

    Thanks V.P. - Rep comin'

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