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Fantastic Fest DREDD 3D Slow Mo Booth #12

Fantastic Fest, DREDD 3D and RealD 3D teamed up at Fantastic Fest 2012 to give fans a unique experience with the unparalleled Phantom Camera. The Phantom's 2500fps slow motion capabilities allowed fans and artists at Fantastic Fest a chance to experience the photo booth on a new and more personal level.

See DREDD 3D in RealD 3D in theaters Friday, September 21.

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