Cool! I've been wanting to get into slow-mo videography. I can slow down a video in editing software by 6:1 but of course that just means it steps noticably. A good pro high speed video camera runs $70,000, which is a tad out of my price range. Even the $1600 of the GH4 is a lot, and it does not even seem to be intended for slo-mo. I've been using a Nikon D5100 ... adapts well to close-ups and microscopes, and is excellent at time-lapse, but doesn't go the other way.
I was watching something on PBS yesterday (the dam-busting documentary), and it looked like they were using a DSLR for high-speed video, but I couldn't tell what type.
There was a crowd-funded high speed video camera project underway recently. They seemed to be targeting the $5k price range.
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