I thought it would be cool to slow down my CoasterDynamix coaster by shooting overcranked at 60 framers per second. It did slow it down a bit, but I probably should have also made the shutter speed faster.
(Right-click and save, 54 MB at 720/24p)
I was surprised to see that my laptop could actually edit the video. My desktop can't because Avid chokes constantly on an AMD processor, which is lame. I don't know if the laptop can handle 1080/24p video, but I suspect that it can't. That leaves me in a crappy place, because it means I either need to upgrade my desktop with a fancy new Intel processor, or I can say screw it and go Apple with Final Cut Pro. But the challenge there is whether to get a Mini or a Macbook so I can monitor and/or edit in the field. It's like a no-win situation.