Original Videos from Z-Cam and GoPro

Original videos from Z Cam E2 M4 and GoPro 10

We made this page to show you what the raw footage from the Z Cam and GoPro cameras looks like, without any edits. You can view the unprocessed videos directly from the cameras on this page. We haven’t altered them in any way – no color correction, orientation adjustments, or other changes.

To see the videos in their highest quality, please download them using the provided links.

This footage was captured using the Dobot Nova 5, along with the Robot Arm Stand and Camera Bracket from GlambotRobot.com.

Z Cam – 1920x1080px – 240fps

Z Cam E2 M4 + Panasonic Lumix G 14-42mm 

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Z Cam – 3840×1620px – 160fps

Z Cam E2 M4 + Panasonic Lumix G 14-42mm 

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Z Cam – 3840×2160px – 60fps

Z Cam E2 M4 + Panasonic Lumix G 14-42mm 

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GoPro 10 – 1920x1080px – 240fps

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GoPro 10 – 1920x1080px – 120fps

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Lighting diagram used for these videos

We were really careful about where we put the lights when we made the videos you can see higher up on this page. We made sure the lights didn’t get in the way of the robot arm that has a camera on it, so they wouldn’t bump into each other.

For making these videos, we used two kinds of lights:

  1. Spot lights: These are called Godox ML 60. They are like small, strong lights that can shine right on something specific. You want to use at least 2 of these to create the movie spotlight effect. 
  2. Big video lights: These are bigger lights called Godox FL 150R. They help light up the whole area and act as fill lights.