How to lose 2400$ in 24 seconds

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-9 1. sirfragles commented 8 years ago

i dont get it ?!
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+75 2. yakuzasssi commented 8 years ago

it's about camera,i think :|
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-15 3. banzemanga commented 8 years ago

#2 Nice try but I don't think so. Because if they don't retrieve the camera we won't have the video. And if the camera was retrieved, they didn't loose that money.
Just like #1, i don't get it neither.
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+39 4. tsar911 commented 8 years ago

stupid video
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+17 5. yakuzasssi commented 8 years ago

#3 it could be a dvd camera.
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+54 6. Tehnol commented 8 years ago

It would be a $2400 camera, the storage media was obviously retrieved intact.
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-2 7. hafa commented 8 years ago

how do you know its not a GoPro ?
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0 8. beerholder commented 8 years ago

what kind of tide is this? Looking at the volume of water I'm pretty concerned.
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+9 9. Malakyte commented 8 years ago

This sequence was shot using a Canon 5D mkII camera during a high tide at Cannon beach (Pacific West Coast) by Kurtis HOUGH. It scored 300K views on vimeo in just 2 hours (1.5 Millions in 9 days)!

http://vimeo.com/32936783
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+4 10. loadrunner commented 8 years ago

Must be a spring tide. can push the water here 3 feet in one minute.
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0 11. MajorIdea commented 8 years ago

Could have been a GoPro mounted on this tripod:
http://www.snotr.com/video/8383/Tri-Love

God I hope so >:)
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+3 12. BabyJLE commented 8 years ago

So... did you guys see the Lunar eclipse? 8-)
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+1 13. Miskatronic commented 8 years ago

@ tsar911
stupid picture
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+1 14. Yathish21 commented 8 years ago

first of all why the #fuck! that the camera was mounted over there.
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+1 15. thundersnow commented 7 years ago

Isn't that Haystack Rock in Cannon Beach, Oregon? Been there years ago, that's a beautiful place.