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Old 06-02-2003, 05:25 PM   #1
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Default camera track test for web site

Not sure if you guys have noticed how busy I have been trying to get stuff done for my website, but here is another example (sorry its so small, want to get it under 2 mb) of a camera track test. What do you think??? Thanks,
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Nice. Is that camera shake real? Looks kind of odd or exaggerated...
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I took the fottage the same day as the jeep stuff. so the only thing that is fake is the grasshopper.
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Pretty amazing.

Grasshopper looks real enough!
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NICE... it looks real enough
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Your telling me that grasshopper is fake? I'd never of guessed if I hadn't read it here, wow thats awesome!
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