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    Chiang Mai Rail Station EMPTY

    Just a few workers walking around


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    Quote Originally Posted by bb1955 View Post
    Just a few workers walking around
    53 minutes takes dedication, I'll give you that.

    Nice to see your google maps with routes at the start.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmond View Post
    53 minutes takes dedication, I'll give you that.

    Nice to see your google maps with routes at the start.
    Just out having fun ! LIke your avatar

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    What gimbal are you using? The footage is wonderfully smooth. I've got a DJI mobile 3 and it doesn't look as smooth as yours.

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    No gimble I m using a gopro hero 9 with hyper smooth . When I use a camera I use a Sony a6600 mounted on a webill s gimble . I can get some real smooth shots with it . I use the gopro because its real light and Im only walking . I ll post one using the Webill s so you can see .

    This one I shot with a Phantom 4 and the ground shots with a a6600 and a sigma 16mm 1.4 lens and webills s
    The sigma lens has no IBS but the a6600 has IBS . I m sure you ve read many times turn off stabilization when using a gimble . I never do . And I dont stablize in editing .
    I have a gimble for my phone its a Zhiyun Smooth , works great , they have a smooth 3 thats really good its about 2800 baht on Lazada

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    This one with the Phantom 4 and a6600 thought I posted it in the last post but doesnt look it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmond View Post
    53 minutes takes dedication, I'll give you that.

    Nice to see your google maps with routes at the start.
    I meant to say I like your Avatar ..... I spent many years putting those kinds of people where they belong.......

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    I will be bannned from here toooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo

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    I believe you're in the UK. With kids and grandkids there.

    Lovely place.

    A summer saturday afternoon.

    Would you not go out for a walk, or a bike ride, motorbike ride, weekend drive, or lunch in the park or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bb1955 View Post
    No gimble I m using a gopro hero 9 with hyper smooth . When I use a camera I use a Sony a6600 mounted on a webill s gimble . I can get some real smooth shots with it . I use the gopro because its real light and Im only walking . I ll post one using the Webill s so you can see .

    This one I shot with a Phantom 4 and the ground shots with a a6600 and a sigma 16mm 1.4 lens and webills s
    The sigma lens has no IBS but the a6600 has IBS . I m sure you ve read many times turn off stabilization when using a gimble . I never do . And I dont stablize in editing .
    I have a gimble for my phone its a Zhiyun Smooth , works great , they have a smooth 3 thats really good its about 2800 baht on Lazada
    Very nice, keep it up.

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