What happens when you synchronize the vibration a bass player’s strings with the frame rate of your video camera? The answer: a real-time video that looks like it’s in slow motion and bass strings that look like rubber bands.
Why does the camera do this trick? According to the blog Create Digital Music this phenomenon is caused by how digital cameras capture an image by scanning images top to bottom. Pretty cool right?
Videographers and musicians will love this video clip. Please share it with your friends.
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Is this video real?
very cool. reminds me of how car wheel spin backwards on TV. anyone know why that happenes?