Slow Mo Symphony of Destruction Courtesy of the Phantom Flex Camera

YouTuber FinalCutKing got his hands on a Phantom Flex camera and had himself a tea party.  Fortunately, his tea party was nothing more than a slingshot and some sh*t to break, which was filmed using the camera’s high fps recording capabilities.  The shots you’ll see below were filmed anywhere from 3200-6900 frames per second.  The result is a trippy symphony of destruction that makes obliterating objects look like an art form.  Check it out below!  You’ve been wondering what a head shot would look like using the Phantom Flex camera…

Tea Party in Super Slow Motion

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