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    One of my firend wants to buy a video camera of 100 fpm.
    I think there is no such video camera, but I am not sure.
    Is there any one who can teach me where to find it if any???

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    There's camera's about that can shoot 1000 frames per second, just do a google search.
    Here's a phantom, 550fps

    High Speed Digital Video, Phantom HD CMOS 2,048x2,048 Camera.

    Als the sony EX1 can shoot at 60fps in overcrank mode.

    Paul.

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    Hi, Paul,
    Many thanks for your introduction.
    Phantom HD is at 555fps, too high spped.
    I began to study Phantom 65.
    It is at 140 fps.
    Regarding Sony EX1, I have seen it but
    that is not my friend's satisfaction.
    We will try Phantom 65 even though we don't know the price.
    Anyhow many many thanks.
    Best regards,
    Peter Jin

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    Phantom cameras are about £ 2000 upwards. JUST the camera head / lens.

    You need lots more stuff too, and lots of expirience to use effectively.

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    Hello,Mr.Mar,
    Thanks for your kind information.
    Is it really that Phantom cameras are only head and lens.
    I visited again High Speed Digital Video, Phantom 65 CMOS 4,096x2,440 Camera..
    But It is whole set.
    Please inform me more clearly about your experience.
    Thanks again.
    B. rgds,
    Peter Jin

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    Hi,Mr.Andy,
    Thank you very much for your introduction.
    I visited the website that you informed to me.
    Now I am hesitating whether to buy or not.
    I can see find 1(one) page of the data sheet.
    Aren't you likely using it now?
    If you or your firend use it, please inform me your exprience.
    Best regards,
    Peter Jin

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    Quote Originally Posted by peter jin View Post
    ..Aren't you likely using it now? If you or your firend use it, please inform me your experience...
    No Peter, I'm not using one now, I just spotted it on eBay and thought it was worth showing you. It looks like it could be a bargain, but be aware it's Cine, not video though...

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    I want that just cos it is sexy.
    With the cost of film stock I would never actually use it but it's a cool thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark W View Post
    I want that just cos it is sexy..
    Ha. Expensive desk ornament at £300.

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