Claymore Challenge – Phantom Flex High Speed Camera 2000fps

June 30th, 2011

By Factory Jackson

You really need to watch this! The Claymore Challenge brings professional freestyle mountain bikers from all over the world to Highland Bike Park in New Hampshire and this is the first time the action has been captured at 2000 frames per second  and oh my, does this look stunning! Nick Keating and Tom Guilmette have captured the event and created this masterpiece using the Phantom Flex high speed digital cinema camera and I hope this isn’t the last time this technology is used to capture MTB. Enjoy!

Please read the blog for more information: tomguilmette.com/​archives/​2690

Twitter: @tomguilmette twitter.com/​tomguilmette

For more information on the Phantom Flex: rule.com/​products/​1730

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