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見れば見るほど不思議な鳥の羽ばたきスローモーション×10

なぜ鳥が自由自在に飛べるのか、見れば見るほど不思議に思えてくる鳥の羽ばたきスローモーション動画を10本ご紹介。

ワシミミズク(→Wikipeidaで説明を見る

[YouTube] Photron SA2 Camera Eagle Owl in Flight

New Photron SA-2 High Definition High Speed Camera. Shot of ‘Checkers’ the eagle owl, 1000fps 1920×1080 resolution. Shot by SlowMo (www.slowmo.co.uk). See the owl and other birds of prey at www.turbarywoods.co.uk.

キバラタイヨウチョウ(→Wikipediaで説明を見る

[YouTube] Olivebacked Sunbird midflight in slow motion

Managed to catch a hovering Olive-backed Sunbird just outside my window on my balcony using a Casio EX-F1 @ 300 fps video mode.

ハト(→Wikipediaで説明を見る

[YouTube] Pigeon Flight

Video of pigeon flight in close-up and slow-motion. Courtesy: Encycloedia Britannica

Jumping Bird

[YouTube] A Bird Filmed in High Speed…

A bird photographed in high speed and then presented in slow motion video. It means high detail. You can see the things in a time space that you don’t have in your everyday life. Please visit: http://www.weinbergervision.com/front_content.php?client=1&lang=3&idcat=18 for more.

Brown Bird

[YouTube] Birds take flight.

This UltraSlo clip of birds taking flight shows another wing design and flight pattern. Watch the way the wings strike each other on the top of the stroke.

ガチョウ(→Wikipediaで説明を見る

[YouTube] Geese Taking Flight (slow motion)

Note the 3D footprint splashes in the water, the beautiful motion of the wings and the feathers, and the coordinated movements of the geese. This video was made at 300 frames per second (one-tenth of real-time speed) with a Casio EX-F1 at Hopen Hills Farms in Woodbury, Connecticut. See http://www.edwardtufte.com/bboard/q-and-a-fetch-msg?msg_id=0003ES&topic_id=1&topic=Ask+E%2eT%2e

サギ(→Wikipediaで説明を見る

[YouTube] White Ibis Bird Takes Flight Relaxation Video Slow Motion Casio EXILIM Pro EXF1 at 300 fps

This is a long version of a bird taking Flight. If you are a zippy person, the first minute only is for you. Everyone else, relax and enjoy. Casio EXILIM Pro EX-F1 at 300 fps

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[YouTube] Slow Motion Hummingbirds 5 Canon HD+High Speed Casio EXF1

A montage of HD and high speed footage showing these fascinating little birds from 1/4 to 1/40 actual (realtime) speed.  Cameras placed in a number of different angles give some new perspectives, and a top-down angle shows the bird lapping-up the nectar with what appears to be a forked tongue! Who knew? :-)  Some great chases and flying scenes round out this video.  HD semi-slow-motion (1/4 realtime) video shot with a Canon HF100, Slow motion (1/10 – 1/40 realtime) lower res footage shot with a Casio EX-F1.  The soundtrack features new music “TimeWarp” from Technician.  Enjoy the show! ’———————————————————— Notes about the wing movements shown:  As it turns out, the first half of this video, which was shot with a Canon HF100 HD camcorder and high-speed shutter, makes it LOOK like the wings are sometimes beating alternately, but that is in fact an effect of the CMOS scan and shutter.   The last half of this video (from 1:33 on) was filmed with a Casio EX-F1 high speed/slow motion camera, and shows the wing movement more accurately – they do indeed beat in parallel rather than alternately. :-)

A Montage of Birds

[YouTube] The Beauty Of Birds! Filmed with Casio exf1

Slow motion video of birds in flight, set to music. If you love birds and nature, you will appreciate this video. Filmed with Casio ex-f1  The entire video was shot with the Casio ex-f1 and edited in Vegas Pro The music was composed by me.

アメリカワシミミズク(→National GeoGraphicで説明を見る

[YouTube] Great Horned Owl and Barn Owl in Slow Motion by Unique Views of Nature

Watch the Great Horned Owl and Barn Owl as they fly and hunt over the southern Arizona desert at the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum. The raptors were videoed at high speed, 210 frames per second, so they are at true slow motion, not just video slowed down. It’s amazing to watch their graceful flight and beauty of their feathers at this speed.

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