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Carpinteria Sea of Glass - HD

Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by knuckles, Dec 19, 2014.

  1. knuckles

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    Sharing an Aerial video I did in Carpinteria, California. Shot with GoPro 3+ and Phantom 2 on two different mornings.

    The video has: Aerial view of Surfing, Seals, Boat fly overs and Coastal views.

    I did put some time into the editing. I hope you enjoy watching.

    Comments and Likes are Welcome. Thank you. Watch for the ship crew waving.. :cool:
    [vimeo]115035711[/vimeo]
     
  2. Kamalot

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    Re: Carpintera Sea of Glass - HD

    Wow! How far away are those boats?
     
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    Re: Carpintera Sea of Glass - HD

    it's Carpenteria....... you left out the "i"
     
  4. knuckles

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    Re: Carpintera Sea of Glass - HD

    the boats were about 1500 meters
     
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    Re: Carpintera Sea of Glass - HD

    Yes it is. Oops. after all that work and I had a typo.. :oops: I have corrected it now thanks..
     
  6. Kamalot

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    Re: Carpintera Sea of Glass - HD

    I was recently at the beach (http://pixeloverhead.com) and wanted o look out at some boats. When I hit my limit of 500 meters, they still looked just as far away.
     
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    I updated the video taking out the "i" typo in the city name, link didn't change though.

    I can get out to about 1500 meters before my video starts to break up a bit. I've never pushed it beyond that. :cool: