Floating Bird: Camera’s Frame Rate Synced to Bird’s Wings

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What happens when a video camera's frame rate is perfectly in time with the beating of a bird's wings?  It looks like the bird is levitating in mid-air without beating its wings.

Al Brooks from Austin Texas experienced this exact phenomenon recently when his security camera captured a bird up-close.

We've seen this phenomenon before with helicopters in the video below.

(Via ThisIsCollossal and Neatorama Thanks to Cindy Eccles for submitting the video.)


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