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  1. #1 Low Cost super high speed "pocket camera" on kickstarter 
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    Very small, very fast super high speed camera...

    Got a chance to grade some of the DNGs in resolve.

    I think there is still some optimization to go on it, but darn is it cool...

    https://www.kickstarter.com/projects...5426/fps1000hd
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    But, nothing too new, this is a 2/3Rds sensor with a Native resolution of 720p HD. Not going to be a show stopper, me thinks.
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    Yeah, nice, but 1280x720 just doesn't cut it anymore - wouldn't even call that HD.

    At least 1920 x 1080 would count me in though.
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    Who the hell makes a 720p camera in 2016?
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    It's bothering me that the camera's battery is at 9% in the fundraising video...
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    Are you serious? It is a 1000 to 4000 fps high speed camera with RAW.
    LeViteZer Smooths the movement, www.levitezer.com
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    Without Raw it would be a showstopper
    For me. With Raw... 1000fps... even at 1280x720... perfect for some specialty shots in my work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DanKanes View Post
    Without Raw it would be a showstopper
    For me. With Raw... 1000fps... even at 1280x720... perfect for some specialty shots in my work.

    I think for for online delivery especially mostly on mobile these days 720 would be good enough.
    Majority of people will never notice.
    For people doing research and universities this camera would be great!
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    Yeah, this is principally an affordable high speed research camera. C-mount alone means you're either scrounging for increasingly rare vintage lenses, settling for fun-but-not-good toy lenses, or using machine vision lenses.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jake Lutz View Post
    I think for for online delivery especially mostly on mobile these days 720 would be good enough.
    Majority of people will never notice.
    For people doing research and universities this camera would be great!
    I can watch videos at 2560x1440 on my Galaxy. You also have to remember 2560x1440 scaled down or anything higher than 720 scaled down is going to look better than anything natively captured at 720. I think its crazy to shop a camera with those specs regardless of it doing super ultra high speed
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