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Your message got messed up a little but I think your asking if a shutter speed of 1/1000 would give you super slow motion like the nike video. The shutter speed would make no difference. You need a camera that would record a high frames per second. Manual controls would also make no difference because they will only record at about 24-30 fps on most anything in your price range. If you are wanting 1000fps you would spend $15,000 or more, just as a guess.

The end of that video is one I made from a regular 30fps camera slowed to 30% and then 20%. You can see the problem is its very jumpy when played back at 5 or 6fps. You might be able to get rid of some of the jurkyness if you used an editing program that could add some morphing frames between the real frames.

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