Dunedin scientists make use of ultra-slowmo
Sun, 27 May 2012 6:28p.m.
Take one camera worth half a million dollars, set a few crazy scientists on fire, and you get a Dunedin-based production company's latest push to extend its client base.
As a warning, don't try this at home.
Watch the video for Krissy Moreau’s full report.
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