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Enjoy a short trip to the California coast’s Leo Carillo State Park, without getting your feet wet! Twice a day the tide moves out, exposing the rocks, plants and sea life that inhabit this shallow rocky beach. Among the wildlife you can see are Starfish, Sea Anemones, crabs, clams/muscles and seaweed in various colors. The fish are tiny and scarce, but if you’re lucky you might run across a small Octopus or Sea Slug in the shallow, isolated pools. The above-water footage was shot with a Canon HF100 HD camcorder, and a DXG 5B1V HD water-proof camera was used for the underwater views. Audio recorded and mixed by Technician.Full artist discography, MP3 downloads and CDs are available at the Technician website: technician.jcmdi.com Enoy the show! Note This is copyrighted material, however, you may download this footage directly from YouTube and use it free of charge in your own non-profit/non-commercial YouTube videos. The full free usage policy, and copyright notice/claim and partner ad info can be found here: jcmdi.com and jcmdi.com (please read both sections before using JCMDI material – thanks!)
StormSector highlights the abilities of the DXG 5B1V underwater camcorder in this video: DXG 5B1V Review (part 2). See for yourself how the camera does above water and below. Shot in 1280x720p 30fps high definition auto white balanced. This is a progressive camcorder which is a plus for consumers as you will not have to worry about interlaced artifacts around moving subjects. No tripod was used demonstrating its image stability performance. Filmed at the Blue Springs State Park dive spot near Deland, Florida and Ponce Inlet Lighthouse, Ponce Inlet, Florida. Read our full review of this camcorder here @ stormsector.com online. Viewers interact: Can you identify the fish seen in this video? If so, please post and share their names! We have left out the identification details of the marine life seen in this video to challenge our viewers to learn. Post what kind of fish you see? Question: Are you afraid of heights? The Ponce Inlet Lighthouse rises to 175 feet above the ground. Would you climb to the top without being afraid? For more science and technology stuff including articles, news, reviews, DIY, hobbies, and more – Visit StormSector.com – stay tuned / subscribe.
Image taken on 2010-05-21 19:57:09 by ex_magician.
Park Chan-wook: The South Korean director gets dialed in
Park Chan-wook tested the bounds of new technology by using an iPhone 4 to film “Paranmanjang” (“Ups and Downs”). The smart phone brought many changes to the set, including some surprises. Park Chan-wook tested the bounds of new technology by using an iPhone 4 to film “Paranmanjang” (“Ups and Downs”). The smart phone brought many changes to the set, including some surprises.
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