Ubiquity Studios recently completed a production using the Phantom Flex digital camera, which is claimed to be the world’s most flexible digital cinema camera – capable of filling every second of a 1080p recording with up to 2,800 frames per second.
Ubiquity Studios put the Phantom to use by bringing down a Lamborghini LP-560 from Beverly Hills Lamborghini and a professional driver to showcase the imaging capabilities of the slow-motion camera. Ubiquity also brought in a pro-street skater to film doing kick flips in its large sound stage.[ Also Read: How GoPro Captures X Games Gold for ESPN ]
“We brought the Phantom to Ubiquity Studios so we can offer the most highly sought after cameras and camera equipment to shoot action sports, movies, commercials, and television programs,” stated Chris Carmichael, Ubiquity’s CEO.
The Phantom has a 12-bit pixel depth with the 1920×1080 resolution in the standard mode with three auxiliary power outlets for viewfinders and other external devices such as lenses from Canon, Nikon, and Panasonic. It was developed with 3D recording in mind and boasts on-camera controls for settings, playback, and even minor editing.
You can see footage from the shoot at www.ubiquitybc.com/press.php?id=1&pg=0