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Franco Sep 6
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Max Forasteiro Sep 6
credits to
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Chris Nik Sep 6
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Pankaj Thapliyal Sep 6
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That's a twisting irony. Either left Or right.
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Old Monk Sep 6
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Too drunk to understand this shit. Thanks anyways. Looks cool and all
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J O E   M C L E A N Sep 6
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Keith Fenwick Sep 6
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That's know as progressive scan or rolling shutter. Global shutter cameras sample all lines simultaneously and do not produce this effect.
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James Whitrow Sep 6
You should credit videos like this. It takes a lot of time and effort to create content as good as this and people like depend on content. Please just give credit next time. 🙏🤙
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bitWizzard Sep 6
Hey Destin, I think that is from you.
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Marc-André Sep 6
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Arun S Keerthi Sep 6
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Wow
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Alexander Hakenbeck Sep 6
dont thank ThingsWork, thank
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el fantasma blanco Sep 6
Came here to say this in a dumber way
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Lokesh Pancholi Sep 6
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slow rate of capturing
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Mario Gultom Sep 6
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Now you know, right ?
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Surokoida Sep 6
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Come on, at least link to the original source, they deserve it -.-
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Carver Koella Sep 7
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they should make propellers bent in the other direction
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Bill Johnson Sep 7
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Julien Muguet Sep 7
Dites plutôt que de relayer un tweet d'un compte qui pique du contenu, vous pourriez RT la vidéo de qui en est à l'origine ;-)
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