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High Speed Camera : Insect In Water

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Footage ID#
371349
Model Released
Property Released
Matte attached
Alpha channel
Seamless Looping
Duration
00:00:29
Frame Rate
29.97 FPS
Audio
none
Location
San Gabriel Mts, California, United States
Number of Views
253
Date Uploaded
25 Apr 2009
Date Created
25 Apr 2009

Description

Slow motion footage of an insect swimming in water, captured by high speed camera.

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