(WIDK by Patrick Heywood) - What happens when you fire a slingshot through an eclectic assortment of items and film it in slow-motion? Awesomeness.
A video shot in ultra-slow motion on Arri’s Phantom Flex camera displays a slingshot crashing through a variety of items.
The video begins with a man firing a slingshot, at which point the slingshot fires through a variety of items, such as a plate, eggs, and some teacups.
The video continues, and the host of items and collisions get more detailed and certainly more impressive, ending by firing the slingshot through three wine glasses, all with distinct color liquids.
The contact creates a firework-like explosion.
The video, posted by Youtube user FinalCutKing, was filmed between 3,200 to 6,900 frames per second, allowing for the ultra slow motion capability in post-production.