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12421629
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Date Uploaded:
29 Oct 2012
Date Created:
2012 - -
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29.97 FPS
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Duration:
00:00:20,15
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Description

Ala Wai boat harbor evacuation after Hawaii tsunami warning Oct. 27, 2012 resulting from an earthquake following a 7.7 earthquake off the coast of British Columbia.

This time lapse is created using high quality stills and equipment. Extra care is taken during the capture process to eliminate or reduce the appearance of specs or flickering.

Don't forget to check for 4k versions of our HD time lapse.

Location: Hawaii, United States

Source: Canon 5D MII

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1080p Aftermath Ala Moana Ala Wai Alarm Boats British Columbia Canada Canadian Damage Depart Disaster Earthquake Emergency Escape Escaping Evacuate Evacuation Exodus First Harbor Hawaii Honolulu Island Large Leaving Many Natural Oahu Ocean Pacific Preparation Quake Responders Sea Siren State Storm Surge Time Lapse Time-lapse Timelapse Tsunami Victoria Waikiki Water Wave

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