Inside a Camera at 10,000fps - The Slow Mo Guys

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  • Published on:  Thursday, January 29, 2015
  • Gav shows you how insanely quick the inside of a DSLR camera moves when it takes a picture, by filming it at 10,000 fps.
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    Camera filmed is a Canon 7D.
    This video is a good demonstration of how a rolling shutter works.
    Shot with a Phantom Flex at 10,000fps

    Inside a camera at 10,000fps - The Slow Mo Guys


  • Nour Hani
    Nour Hani  2 days ago

    Now I know why I love canon so much

  • Zishan Khan
    Zishan Khan  3 days ago +1

    "I used the camera to film the camera"

  • any1ne
    any1ne  6 days ago

    What happened with a camera before the film?

  • Arthur Bibik
    Arthur Bibik  7 days ago

    i have canon 605d

  • Yamini Rao
    Yamini Rao  7 days ago +3

    even our phones also make this kind of sounds just for aesthetic

  • Manash UNIVERSE
    Manash UNIVERSE  7 days ago

    Not clickbait....thats make u apart

  • Kutay ÖZKESKİN
    Kutay ÖZKESKİN  7 days ago

    What happens when we select Silent shutter option ?

  • G_ForCE
    G_ForCE  7 days ago +18

    2015: Nope
    2016: Nope
    2017: Nope
    2018: Nope
    2019: Youtube - ok let's start recommending this video

  • knight of the sad image

    Oh. hi Robert De Niro

  • digiphot2
    digiphot2  7 days ago

    It isn't the speed of the shutter, but the width of the opening taking the photo....NO! It doesn't happen in an 8,000th of a second.

  • 68PAVEL68
    68PAVEL68  7 days ago +5

    2015 - 10000 FPS 
    2019 - 10 000 000 000 000 FPS

  • Ben Drenth
    Ben Drenth  7 days ago

    I never knew that about cameras.

  • BM Heades
    BM Heades  7 days ago

    2019 anyone?

  • Luis Lomoro
    Luis Lomoro  7 days ago


  • Илья Смиркин

    and CCD sensors do not have rolling shutter.... :D

  • Stanley SMB
    Stanley SMB  14 days ago

    Eeewwwwwwwww a mullet

  • Zoopi Toopi
    Zoopi Toopi  14 days ago

    ok time to give away that canon.
    Am in.

  • P1n
    P1n  14 days ago

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    P1n  14 days ago

  • Giovanni
    Giovanni  21 days ago

    How 1\8000 should be faster than 1\1000, they take the same time