I HAD THE PLEASURE of meeting and working with Devin Graham (aka devinsupertramp) on a recent trip to the Great Bear Rainforest in British Columbia. I had a lot of questions for him about his gear; I was astounded at what it takes to produce the quality videos he and his team make. For one, a super slow-mo camera that has the capability to capture 3000 frames per second (fps), although he said they normally shoot at 1000 fps. At that frame rate, 4 seconds of video takes 11 GB of harddrive space (it can only do 4 second bursts).

This video of Rome, Pisa, and Vatican City is the first video they’ve produced that combines footage from their RED Dragon (a super high resolution camera) and timelapse and super slow motion effects. Make sure to watch it in at least 1080p HD (although it’s also available in 4K!).