The Edgertronic high speed video camera has reached its funding target on Kickstarter
On the back of the Edgertronic camera there are two USB ports, one ethernet port, an audio input, and an accessory expansion I/O port for things like external triggers
The Edgertronic high speed video camera takes Nikon F-mount lenses, and ships with a Nikon 50mm F1.8 D
The MIT-trained engineers behind the Edgertronic say the device has been built from the ground up with custom hardware and software
Edgertronic users are able to control many aspects of the high speed video recording, from ISO and shutter speed to frame rate and resolution
Once connected to a computer, or to a LAN over ethernet, users can control the Edgertronic via a web browser user interface
Whether it's a bursting water balloon or the flapping wings of a bird, super slow-motion video can reveal the incredible nature of seemingly mundane events. But this footage doesn't come cheap. With typical set-ups costing in excess of US$30,000, its use is often limited to those with mega-budgets. The Edgertronic high speed video camera aims to to change that, by offering pro specs with a (relatively) affordable price-tag.
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