Do you enjoy watching stupid things happen in ultra slow motion? We have something for you. A video on YouTube Danish TV program Dumt & Farligt (which translates as "stupid and dangerous") is both extremely Dumt and very Farligt. The crew filmed the antics using a Vision Research Phantom Flex camera, the likes of which we've seen before. Highlights include what happens when you put a wine bottle in a microwave, drop a wrecking ball on a can of red cabbage, or, as pictured above, pour flour onto a candle.
Phantom Flex camera captures stupidity at 2,500 frames per second
Phantom Flex camera captures stupidity at 2,500 frames per second/
Danish TV program Dumt & Farligt has captured some very silly things happening in ultra slow motion by filming at 2,500 frames per second.