Shooting a Basketball in SUPER Slow Motion | Phantom Camera | Rachel DeMita & Shot Science

10 months ago
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Using a High Speed Camera, we captured EXTREME SLOW MOTION footage (1,000 fps) of basketball shots using perfect form!

In today's video, we used a Phantom Miro high speed camera to slow the mechanics of shooting a basketball down to nearly a standstill. We're hoping that this extremely smooth footage will allow you to see every intricate detail of what your body does during every element of your shot.

Special thanks go out to Rachel DeMita for being in the video! She's a real-deal baller! Please make sure you FOLLOW RACHEL!!

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▶ Rachel A DeMita
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▶Casey Curtiss
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Music:

"Dramatic Intro" by soundroll-music
"Vintage Slide Guitar with Vocal" by benjaminpacker

(Licensed through AudioJungle.net)

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Location:

Filmed at the YouTube Space LA
http://www.youtubespacela.com

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Cinematography:

Pierce Cook
http://www.piercecook.com

Camera: Phantom Miro

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Editing:

Casey Curtiss
http://youtube.com/ShotScience

Software: Adobe Premiere Pro CS6

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Special thanks to:

Dave Seger
John Brandt http://www.youtube.com/jbrandtproductions
Brodie Smith http://www.youtube.com/brodiesmith21
Scooter Magruder http://www.youtube.com/scootermagruder
Max Weisz http://www.youtube.com/maxnosleeves

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Hope you guys love the video! If you do, please share it so we can keep making them! Thank you!

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