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Ignition matches, captured at 4000 frames per second
Video of the day | Ignition matches, captured at 4000 frames per second
The world of macro allows us to see what is usually hidden from our eyes. This video will show you the process of flashing a match head the way you have never seen it. This show definitely has something fascinating.
Not so long ago, we published a series of gorgeous photographs of snowflakes, which are so beautiful that just amazed – as nature in general was able to create something like this? Perfectly ordinary things change a lot, if you look closely at them. User YouTube nickname UltraSlo entertains himself that removes various processes with a huge frame rate that allows him to feel the beauty of a phenomenon without undue haste.
Flashing match lasts only a few moments, but in this video you can watch the process for three minutes thanks to shooting at a frequency of 4000 frames per second. In order to capture as much as possible qualitative ignition process, the author had to use video lighting power of 2000 W and a complex system of mirrors and fotootrazhateley.
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