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Old Dec 15, 2006, 12:34 PM
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I just checked out the videos. A suggestion, if I may: For at least part of the videos, have your videographer keep something stationary in the frame, such as trees or the ground. This lets us see how fast or slow the plane is. Zooming in too closely lets us see the plane closer, but then it is shaking all over the screen. Tripods help a bit.

My videos need the same type of thing, but my wife gets angry with me if I'm too demanding, hehehe.
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