The Slow Mo Guys is a science and technology entertainment web series from England, United Kingdom created by Gavin Free. The channel stars Gavin Free himself and Daniel Gruchy.  Currently with over 14 million subscribers The Slow Mo Guys is one of the biggest channels for slow motion videos on YouTube. The channel consists of a wide variety of things filmed in extreme slow motion using a range of Vision Research Phantom high-speed cameras, capable of shooting over 1,500,000 frames per second! Hence let’s not take things slow but jump quickly into the best of The Slow Mo Guys. Our Top Picks:

Giant 6ft Water Balloon – The Slow Mo Guys

The slow mo guys are well aware that water balloons are always good in slow motion. In this video, Gav and crew try (and fail many times) to pop a 6ft giant red balloon. Slow motion is between 2500fps and 1000fps.

6ft Man in 6ft Giant Water Balloon – 4K – The Slow Mo Guys

Gav and Dan revisit the classic Giant 6ft Water Balloon, but with a slight twist. This time you won’t see a man jumping on the balloon but will see a man getting drenched while being inside a monster balloon!

How a TV Works in Slow Motion – The Slow Mo Guys

All of us have seen television, right? But have we REALLY seen it though? Like really properly seen it? If you’re confused don’t worry, Gav is here to help you out. Watch this video to really know how a TV works in, of course, Slow Motion!

Diving into 1000 Mousetraps in 4K Slow Motion – The Slow Mo Guys

If you have seen Tom & Jerry then you know how a mousetrap looks and how painful it can get. Imagine jumping into a thousand of them! Here Gav and Dan spend 4 hours setting up 1000 mouse traps and then 4 seconds setting them all off. 

Underwater Bullets at 27,000fps – The Slow Mo Guys

Yes, guns fire when underwater. In this video watch Gav and Dan slow down time by over one thousand times to show us how bullets look when fired from an underwater gun.

Filming the Speed of Light at 10 Trillion FPS

Light is the fastest thing that exists in our universe, it travels at a speed of 30,00,00,000 m/s! Now imagine slowing that down and watching light as it unfolds. This video is all about that!