Author Topic: Steam Cave Tour Filmed with my DJI Osmo Pocket  (Read 130 times)

txlabman

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Re: Steam Cave Tour Filmed with my DJI Osmo Pocket
« Reply #15 on: April 08, 2019, 09:10:20 pm »
Certainly the steam cave has progressed, as has your collection, in the year since I've known you.
That Carette logo on the machinist box is sharp.

Thanks Benny.

The Carette Logo was a gift from our mutual friend in France (Oliv Gé). He also sent me the Empty Boiler tags you can see on a couple of the engines in the video.

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Thank you for shareing your GREAT collection,I enjoyed it alot.Great video.

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Amazing film, you are living the dream sir  :)

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Amazing film, you are living the dream sir  :)

Thanks for the feedback.

I sure am having fun!

I have been rearranging the Steam Cave a bit this week and I missed a number of things the first time through.  So, I am planning on making an updated video soon.

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Thank you for shareing your GREAT collection,I enjoyed it alot.Great video.

Thanks Rob!

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Thanks for this, Charlie. It all looks awesome!


Is this the camera rig you showed me at the NAMES Show?


If so, I need more info on it.


Most notable to me is that everything near, far, and in between remains very clearly focused all throughout your presentation. Superb!


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Thanks for this, Charlie. It all looks awesome!


Is this the camera rig you showed me at the NAMES Show?


If so, I need more info on it.


Most notable to me is that everything near, far, and in between remains very clearly focused all throughout your presentation. Superb!


Gil

It is the same camera I had at NAMES Gil.

https://youtu.be/jS-7aSIEJ3M

 

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