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.
Just for fun, start the surfing video on that page, make sure the sound is running, then switch back to video of the bees flying here. The music is just perfect for it!
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