Prepare yourself for the ‘Fire-nado!’

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A group of filmmakers known as the 'Slow Mo Guys' decided to record a fire in super slow motion. The amazing images have been dubbed "fire-nado."

The group set up 12 fans in a circular pattern and lit a fire in the middle.

The filmmakers slow the video down to a thousand frames per second or slower and have shot things ranging from a bug zapper to a cannon firing.

They recorded the fire in Ultra HD, 4-K, at 2,500 frames per second. Normal video you see all the time is about 30 frames per second.

"It looked so good, I just wanted to eat it,” said one of the filmmakers.

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