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Video ID#:
12324840
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Property Released:
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Date Uploaded:
16 Oct 2012
Date Created:
2012 Sept -
Frame Rate:
24 FPS
Matte attached:
No
Alpha channel:
No
Seamless Looping:
No
Duration:
00:00:15,18
Audio:
none

Description

Time Lapse sequence of the The Las Vegas Strip featuring Ballys Hotel and The Paris Hotel. Traffic blurs by with streaks of light and color. Shot at 1fps using intravalometers, this is true TimeLapse stock footage and not video we sped up and every frame is picture perfect.

Filmed native in 4K raw (4256*2832) and delivered as (1920*1080/24p) utilizing a Nikon D800 full 35mm image sensor DLSR with Nikkor 50mm Prime Lens. Clips are delivered as QuickTime files utilizing the Photo-JPEG codec for a near lossless compression.

Yes, I charge more and if you need only the very best you will find my footage to be only The Very Best!

Location: Las Vegas, United States

Source: Nikon D800 & Nikkor 50mm Prime Lens

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1920*1080 4K Ballys Jersey Boys Las Vegas Las Vegas Strip Paris Hotel billboards eiffel tower point of view pov timelapse traffic travel vacation no people time lapse medium shot color natural lighting

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