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Old August 3rd, 2008, 12:53 AM   #16
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Hi Tony,

This is thread a that was revived from last year, we did in fact go to India last December.
We were lucky to be based in and around Bandhavgarh. Had tiger sightings every day both from the vehicles and elephants. Although most of the footage from the elelphants was quite shakey we did manage to use some which we applied an image stablizing program when editing. Fortunately we were very close to the subjects and did not need to use longer lenses, most recording done with the standard 20x with the odd use of the 70-200l ef.

You can see a short section at http://www.mppvideos.co.uk/films.htm

The resolution is quite low as it an early attempt to upload.

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Old August 3rd, 2008, 06:38 AM   #17
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Ooops! Sorry Mick, I didn't look closely enough at the actual 2007 date on your original post and only glanced at the 2008 dates shown on later posts.

I take it that you'll not be logging back on from India to relay back to us day-to-day updates? LOL!

Never mind, at least maybe anyone that is thinking of going out to India in the future can glean some usuful information from the latest posts.

Regarding the MPP video clip, I cannot seem to connect via your Url, so I'm unable to watch it; although this maybe because I'm connected to the internet via a mobile phone at the moment (I'm able to connect to most of the Internet sites via my mobile, so it may just be a dead link?).
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Old August 3rd, 2008, 12:55 PM   #18
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Hi Tony,

I don't know where the problem lays but I have just tried the link from this site and all appears ok. I am useing a 3 mobile dongle

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Old August 3rd, 2008, 07:18 PM   #19
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I finally managed to get access to the cached version of the site via google, but still have trouble navigating and opening the clips. No real problem Mick, as I'll just wait until I'm at a place where I've got full Broadband connection and then view the movie clip properly. (Mobile phone connection tends to compress the images and files even more than normal anyway, so it'll show at a better quality via the landline connection).
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