Recently in the vaults of the small brick and mortar building where we run all the Des Moines Kubb business from, we recently came across a Super 8. Not the hotels, but the old video cameras from 1965. Apparently, the beginnings of the Des Moines Kubb Club date back to the mid-sixties. See for yourself:
Well....not really. But I did get a few new iPad apps for kubbeotography. One is iSuper8, which allows you to render video into various editing packs, such as the Tru8 Film stock used above.
The other app is Speed Machine, which allows you to modify the frame rate of videos. Below is an example of Steve Feathers tagging a HEX in Slo-mo!:
Now, I need to work on keeping the camera still for slow motion (or use a trip-pad), but I am looking forward to grabbing some video at US Nationals and the Fall Kubb Klassic. Perhaps I'll be able to add Slo-mo Replays of big hits, or succulent groups.