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In this Instructiable I will show you a camera (Casio ZR200) that you can buy for $150 that can do slow motion - 120fps, 240fps, 480fps, and 1000fps!
I will also will show you be best way to film with this camera, also I'll give you some very important tips on filming slow motion.
You can Slow the videos down even more by using Twixtor or time warp (in after effects) They can slow the videos down to around 10000fps by adding extra frames.
Here are some examples of what I have filmed and the capabilities of the Casio Exilim ZR200 if you want to see more examples go to the last step (4).

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Step 1 - The Camera
Step 2 - Slow Motion Filming
step 3 - Editing
step 4 - Examples

I would highly recommend watching this video to get a good idea of the capabilities, thanks :)

Step 1: The Camera

There are a few cheap slow motion cameras but this is by fare the best and the cheapest. Its by Casio and is a quite well made camera and its great for photography as well as slow motion, its 16mp and has a 12.5x zoom. The only problem with these cheaper cameras is that the resolution isn't as good. If you buy a 1000fps camera that has good resolution you'll be paying around $8000 to $10,000. You can use software to improve the quality as well.
The slow motion setting can be easily changed in the menu of the camera, it can also film in full HD. 
I would highly recommend this camera.
Here is a link to it on eBay selling for $150 (price may slightly very) - http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/COMPACT-CAMERA-CASIO-EXILIM-EX-ZR200-BLACK-/261206759441?pt=ES_Cámaras_de_v%C3%ADdeo&hash=item3cd122d811&_uhb=1#ht_500wt_1219

- Slow Motion
- High speed shooting (30 pic a sec)
- 12.5x zoom (24 Digital)
- HDR/Art
- Full HD
- Duo Core
- SD
- A S D modes
- Fully Manual Mode (15s exposures)
- adjustable aperture
This not what I was expecting. This is simply explaining how to use the camera and softwares capabilities. There is no hacking involved with the camera to get more FPS. Slowing down existing frames, simply slows down the Footage, but it doesn't add clarity and sharpness for faster objects such as a bullet. In order to capture these objects at faster speeds, you need to increase the FPS in the camera, not by adding more of the same frames already captured.
Very cool, I'm going to try this for firearm development.
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