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1 million fps Slow Motion video of bullet impacts

eric pisch

Distinguished Member
got loads of this ****

mate works for MoD in research had some great ones of missiles hitting ships

most of its classified thou so if i showed you them i would have to kill you

if memory servers me these 1m+ fps cant actually capture 1 million frames a second they only get a few 1000s frames but the duration is the equivalent or some such, i fell asleep whilst he was explaining it lol

great stuff never gets boring
 
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Foebane72

Prominent Member
I like the way that the bullets that don't get through just break apart upon impact like some sort of metallic "splash" :smashin:
 

Naaktgeboren

Distinguished Member
got loads of this ****

mate works for MoD in research had some great ones of missiles hitting ships

most of its classified thou so if i showed you them i would have to kill you

if memory servers me these 1m+ fps cant actually capture 1 million frames a second they only get a few 1000s frames but the duration is the equivalent or some such, i fell asleep whilst he was explaining it lol

great stuff never gets boring

Nice to know your mate in the MoD shows his mates classified weapon testing files :rotfl:
 

abdus

Established Member
got loads of this ****

mate works for MoD in research had some great ones of missiles hitting ships

most of its classified thou so if i showed you them i would have to kill you

if memory servers me these 1m+ fps cant actually capture 1 million frames a second they only get a few 1000s frames but the duration is the equivalent or some such, i fell asleep whilst he was explaining it lol

great stuff never gets boring

and your mate didn't kill you after showing you all these classified stuff?

:eek:

:devil:
 

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