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Phantom Cam comes to NHNZ

NHNZ has brought in the heavy artillery, to shoot the natural world as it's never been captured before with the high-definition Phantom Camera, which shoots at 1,000 frames per second. Weird Edens, a six hour NHNZ coproduction with NHK, Science Channel, Animal Planet and France 5 will be the first production to use the new camera.
July 3, 2009

NHNZ has brought in the heavy artillery, to shoot the natural world as it’s never been captured before with the high-definition Phantom Camera, which shoots at 1,000 frames per second. Weird Edens, a six hour NHNZ coproduction with NHK, Science Channel, Animal Planet and France 5 will be the first production to use the new camera.

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