This isn't your typical tea party. From smashing glasses and tea cups to exploding eggs, "Tea Party in Super Slow Motion" offers a brief glimpse into the spectacular world of high frame rate, slow motion video.
Video for the YouTube clip was captured using a Phantom Flex Camera, according to the video's description. The powerful color is as mesmerizing as the speed and amazingly high frame rates of between 3,200 to 6,900 frames per second.
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