Bullets vs Steel at 800,000 FPS – The Slow Mo Guys

Bullets vs Steel at 800,000 FPS – The Slow Mo Guys

Gav and Dan leave the 4K phantom at home and spend the day slinging metal at other metal for a surprising range of results.
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Filmed at up to 800,000 FPS with the TMX 7510
Bullets vs Steel at 800,000 FPS – The Slow Mo Guys

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48 Responses

  1. Ofentse Mwase Films says:

    That’ is some super accurate shooting💯🔥

  2. The Slow Mo Guys says:

    Pro tip: if you ever want to know when a video was filmed, look at the top left corner of the screen on top of the Phantom. The first number under the white line is the day of the year. This video was filmed on day 69 aka 10th March 2023.

  3. Adam Place says:

    They’ve been doing this for over a dozen years, and yet every video they put out makes my jaw drop at some point. These two have some serious magic.

    • Mad Scientific says:

      They just don’t know what the ground is

    • WangleLine says:

      Yeah!! I don’t think it’ll ever get boring to get a glimpse into timescales we can’t perceive. Same thing with timelapses

    • Euan Smith says:

      It is great that their jaws are still dropping too. They always seem to discover something new as they continue to explore the slow lane of the temporal superhighway.

  4. Allison Pari says:

    Dan is so humble and nonchalant about his shooting abilities, but he is crazy accurate in every video.

  5. Euan Smith says:

    I love how Gav and Dan are so enthusiastic about their projects without being annoyingly loud.

  6. Infinity Master says:

    10 years from now, Gav is gonna be like “Remember when we had a camera that shoots at 1.7 million FPS and we were so proud of ourselves back then?”
    And Dan is gonna be like “Yeah, I can’t believe we were proud of such rubbish camera when now we can film at 20 million FPS! lol”

    • notahotshot says:

      Then, in another ten years, they’ll be recording scenes from the future, through a wormhole, at 50 million fps. 🤯

    • BuffNipz says:

      Will there ever be a limit on how fast these cameras can be made to shoot? Probably pointless to ask when I don’t understand what mechanism allows them to shoot so fast in the first place..

    • JustSomeCanuck says:

      Actually, cameras capable of 25 million FPS exist right now. They use a high-speed rotating mirror to direct the light to a series of digital image sensors, so each frame is captured by a different sensor.


    • CJ says:

      @BuffNipz technically speaking, the hard limit would be the speed of light, but most likely humanity will decide getting a camera that fast is impractical and too expensive to be worth making one outside a few physics labs

    • Walter Fristoe says:

      When they can film at one frame per attosecond I’ll be really impressed! 🤪

  7. Ryan Persaud says:

    As an American who’s done a few competition shoots, saying Dan is an excellent shot is an *understatement*

  8. Joshua Sims says:

    How lucky are we the viewers that a slo-mo videographer and munitions expert just happened to be best friends. This channel is amazing, incredible footage!

  9. Gerben van Egmond says:

    Dan does some epic shooting, this is undeniable, but let’s give Gav some love for his shooting too, his shots are also wild! You two are an epic duo, and that’s a fact

  10. Woogy Wips says:

    Dan, I must say that I’m impressed. I really have to hand it to you; most people are incapable of giving up their vices that easily.

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