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Old 01-05-2014, 08:03 PM   #15
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Either, it happens tons of times and I just feel like giving them a business card "for future use."
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Old 01-05-2014, 09:56 PM   #16
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if he was doing 90 then the vehicle he was going by in front of them was doing 88 because he sure wasn't flying by them. I doubt the story at all !
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Old 01-05-2014, 10:10 PM   #17
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if he was doing 90 then the vehicle he was going by in front of them was doing 88 because he sure wasn't flying by them. I doubt the story at all !
LOL The guy with the camera probable glanced down, saw 90 KM Per Hour and in his mind made it 90 MPH
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I call BS on this one. Being bored and feeling like taking the hot rod out, Son #2 and I went out to I-10 and went from the 84 mile marker to the 70 mile marker. (Me driving and him viewing/matching) We matched the speed of the white center lines in the movie to the center lines on I-10 as closely as we could. Assuming the lines on that road were the same distance apart as on this road, the speed was 68 to 70 MPH. Now, we are not rocket scientist but I think we can figure this one out without a chalkboard. Rekon?
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Old 01-06-2014, 03:54 AM   #19
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There are many different ways of making a video and many of them are not with a handheld camera.

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I said nothing about holding the camera!!
I was talking about his speed & following him, if it was at 90 MPH!
If as you said, "he could have used a stationary camera".
Then when you watch the video, why does it look like him camera is moving up & down, looking over the hood of him vehicle??
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There are many different ways of making a video and many of them are not with a handheld camera.

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I said nothing about holding the camera!!
I was talking about his speed & following him, if it was at 90 MPH!
If as you said, "he could have used a stationary camera".
Then when you watch the video, why does it look like him camera is moving up & down, looking over the hood of him vehicle??

Just a general statement, that is all.
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