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Canon EOS 5D Mark II — Shocklee Entertainment Universe ● The Future Frequency

Piece Of Paper: Visuals By Daniel Schwarz

Watch this cool visual piece by Daniel Schwarz programmed with vvvv and filmed with a Canon 5D Mark II with music by Amon Tobin. Photos of how it was made after the vid.

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The iPhone 4S / Canon 5D MKII Comparison You Have To See To Believe

Here’s a pretty mind blowing test comparing video shot with the iPhone 4S and the Canon 5D MKII.

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Watch Manhattan In Motion

Take in this view of NYC from rooftops and tall buildings and get a glimpse of the city that never sleeps with this nicely done time-lapse video from Josh Owens aka Mindrelic.

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Watch Spring Plants Bloom Before Your Eyes

This HD time-lapse video of plants in bloom will get you in the mood for spring. Watch a wild apple tree, apricot tree, cherry tree, japanese cherry tree, apple tree and pear tree bloom before your eyes. Try to get outside and enjoy the real thing while you can!

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View The Milky Way Galaxy & Sandstorm From Spain’s Highest Mountain

Take a 3 minute break above the clouds with this video shot April 4th-11th 2011, by Norwegian landscape photographer/filmmaker Terje Sorgjerd on El Teide, Spain’s highest mountain [3715m] which is also the location of Teide Observatories, one of the world’s top observatories.

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Did You See The Moon This Past Weekend?

This past Saturday March 19, 2011 we had a supermoon also known as a super perigee full moon. During this time the moon is within it’s closest orbit to earth. If you looked, you may have noticed it appeared bigger and brighter that’s because this supermoon appeared 14% larger and 30% brighter than other full moons.

The last supermoon we had before this one was on March 8th, 1993 and the next one won’t be until 2029!

In case you missed it, our friend here recorded it with a Canon EOS 5D Mark II and a Minolta RF 800mm 1:8 lens with a RMC Tokina Doubler [1800mm].

Serious telephoto action!

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