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Old July 9th, 2007, 05:50 AM   #31
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^^ Cheers Stewart and I look forward to the other clips.
Indeed if the client is going up anyway then I'd take my camera along (with pillows!) and seat myself near the window/door - and would also use 25p. If I'd planned this for myself then that's what I would do. However, I just feel lack of experience in this field would concern me over the quality of footage I'd be handing over.
Not quite sure I have the stomach for pursuing further airborn work but one or two projects would I think be worthwhile.
I don't have a great deal more info on this job as yet but have advised the client of my concerns over getting anything half decent from this...I haven't heard back as yet so perhaps it has been past on.

Many thanks for the tips & advice.
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