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Watch Love Highspeed’s Slow Motion Camera Footage by Stiller Studios Including a Look Behind the Scenes
The Phantom Flex 4K by Love Highspeed is paragon among sophisticated cameras today. Filming in 4K resolution of up to 1,000 frames-per-second, Stiller Studios has released a two-minute reel demonstrating the immense power of this advanced camera, featuring a handful of split-second moments turned into ten-second footage. Scenes in the video include an actress clad in medieval armor standing in the rain, showing her stillness against the raindrops, and a pair of scissors running across a woman’s hair, where each strand of hair can be seen falling against her body. Accompanying the two-minute video is a behind-the-scenes look at the production process of the reel.
The Nike Air Force 1 is an undeniably iconic shoe, with an instantly recognizable silhouette that has remained timeless since its inception in 1982. The Air Force 1 is a staple of sneaker culture worldwide, and was the pioneer basketball shoe with Nike Air technology, combining performance, culture, and style.
Nike’s entrance into the Chinese market in the 1980s coincided with the release of the Air Force 1′s, during a time in which the cultural boom was at a high, and basketball and hip-hop culture was taking hold of the youths in China. Continuing its cultural relevance all over the world, China embraced the shoe wholly and it had quickly rooted itself in Chinese culture. The word “Nai Ke” (the Chinese transliteration of Nike) quickly became a household name.
Nike has released a a rework of its iconic shoe for the Chinese market, featuring the original 80′s silhouette in an all white premium leather, with a red suede swoosh and “Nai Ke” embroidered in red on its heel. We brought the new shoe to 25 sneakerheads across China to hear their thoughts on the shoe, as well as their personal connections and memories with the Air Force 1s.
Along with a special Nike “Nai Ke” tank, crew and cap, the Nike Air Force 1 Hi “Nai Ke” will be available at Nike and select Chinese retailers later this month.
Take a look at the video and let us know what you think in the comments below.