Good Things Come in Slow Packages: Locked in a Vegas Hotel Room (video)

This was the slowest, kewlest and most visually stunning part of my day.

The video below was produced by Tom Guilmette, a tv videographer (with a great site - seriously, check it out. We'll wait.)

Tom's forte is usually sports events, but dude has an eye for making the mundane look like total eye candy. Here's what he says about this video:
I was working a gig in Vegas with a brand new Phantom Flex high speed digital cinema camera. I had to try it out. In fact, I never did go to bed that night. I opened up a wormhole shooting at 2,564 frames per second.
My absolute favourite shot is though is the one of the Blackberry being dropped on the table, not because the effect is kewl but because he was obviously running out of things to film. I think it's pretty obvious that it's tongue-in-cheek if you look at the image on the display.

Locked in a Vegas Hotel Room with a Phantom Flex from Tom Guilmette on Vimeo.



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