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Civilian helicopter landing in 240 fps

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I like watching landings because I like experiencing the prop blast of wind. What can I say? Didn't stick around to see who came out. It looks like I'm holding the camera steady during high frame rate, but that wind is blowing around my arms pretty good.

 

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Wow...when it went to slo-motion I freaked, thinking it was going to crash!    The quality of the video is great.   It seemed like it took foooooorrrreeeevvvveeeerrr to land.   

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I got lucky and didn't have to wait to take this, just happened to be there. Interesting the big rotor blades seem to be going slower in 30 fps and faster in 240 fps.

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