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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 02-14-2010, 02:25 AM Thread Starter
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Crazy vid

You guys think this is real???

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look at the end and you can see the the camera was tilled. So yes and no it is real.

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It sure is real. Look at the way the trees are growing. You cant change the way trees grow when you tilt a camera. Plus watch the wheel wells when hes coming down the hill.




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Yeah that's real, notice his wheels sliding down the hill. That won't happen on flat ground. And yeah the trees can't be changed with camera angles.
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if it is real then i dont understand how it doesn't flip at that angle
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it's a steep hill, but they ARE tilting the camera. use the grass in the foreground on the downhill trip, and the pedestrain at the bottom of the hill to get proper perspective. best with a laptop

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Look at the lady at 1:30 mark

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I call BS. At 1:20 when the vehicle starts sliding then comes to a sudden stop. At that angle I don't believe it would stop that quick. To much momentum in the slide. Also with the suspension travel on the rear wheel I suspect that there was a cable that was edited out slowing the decent even if the angle of the rock face was as depicted.


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the tires are sliding on the way down. shouldve at least wore a helmet

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Strategically enhaced.
The grass at the 50 sec and 135 sec marks show more of a true grade.
The camera op did a nice job.
Still looks like a great hill.
I forwarded this to my bro that works for LR.
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