When I bought the HVX200 in early 2006, I immediately set out to film anything and everything I could at 60fps. Coins dropping, water pouring, jumping selfies; 24p was already an exciting feature, but the fact I could finally shoot native slow motion to my heart's content (without enduring the cost of film stock) blew my damn mind!
In the nearly 10 years since, high FPS is a ubiquitous feature set readily available on our iPhones. Yet, there's an excitement that never fails to appear when a Phantom camera turns up on set and playback cues up.
Having used the FS7 for nearly 3 months now, I hadn't gotten around to playing with the 180fps feature like a proper camera nerd, until now. Behold, my nonsense contribution to the slo-mo genre.
Sony FS7 Camera settings: 1080p CineEI, LC709A LUT.