DIY High Speed Video Camera – Muybridge Style – Smarter Every Day 5!/SmarterYoutube

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Quantum Composer Pulse Generator 9520 Information can be found here:

Camera used: Canon T1i
Flash Used: 580 EXII set to 1/128th power setting.
Delay between shots was 50 microseconds.

Using 140 year old techniques you can simulate a high speed camera with a little diligence and elbow grease.


Setup in more detail here:

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Kamera: Canon T1i
Blitzlicht: 580 EXII auf 1/128 Stromstärke eingestellt.
Die Frequenz der Bildaufnahme war 20000 Bilder pro Sekunde.

Man kann, mit ein wenig Fleiß und Schweiß, eine 140 Jahre alte Methode benutzen, um eine Hochgeschwindigkeitskamera zu Simulieren.

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Hier sehen Sie in mehr detail wie die Instrumente eingerichtet worden waren:


A buddy of mine from Canada did the music. He’s pretty sharp with the tunes and can crank out customized songs pretty quickly. If you’re interested here’s how to get in touch with him:

Music written and recorded by A Shell in the Pit–
Commission music for your project (or ask questions, chat, etc.) here–
Buy music (for non-commercial use) here–

(If I did this right these should be working Amazon affiliate links to purchase the stuff I like to use. When people purchase from these links it will support Smarter Every Day.)

❓Mystery Item (just for fun):
Things I use and like:
📷Camera I use :
Favorite Lens:
On-camera Mic:
Lav Mic:
Hot shoe mount for Lav Receiver:
My Tripod:
My Multi-tool:
Favorite SD Card:
💾How I get footage off my phone:
Travel Tripod:
My Backpack:
My Headlamp:
Favorite Bidet:
World Map:
Favorite Shoes:
Everyone needs a snatchblock:
🥽Goggle Up! :

Also, if you’re interested in a Smarter Every Day shirt etc. they’re really soft and you can get there here:

Instead of saving for my kids’ college, I make videos using the money I would have saved.
The thought is it will help educate the world as a whole, and one day generate enough revenue to pay for their education. Until then if you appreciate what you’ve learned in this video and the effort that went in to it, please share the video. If you REALLY liked it, feel free to pitch a few dollars towards their college fund by clicking here:

Warm Regards,


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