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Old November 12th, 2006, 06:31 AM   #1
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As far as I can see this a single unedited clip, 18 seconds of smooth flight including 2 x 180 degree turns ... not alone is it splendid videography and nature study to look at but it really kicks my butt to get on and try to do better with my gear ... or maybe I'm all wrong, maybe it's a 5 second clip slowed down to 25% (I must learn how to do that)... only Don DesJardin knows the whole truth ... anyway it's bloody lovely

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