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Pretty ballsy at night...

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What a ' rush ' that would have been ...
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What about the guy that must have been following with the camera with no lights!
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I would have been annoyed if he flew through one of my subs
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What about the guy that must have been following with the camera with no lights!
I reckon they'd use a drone tethered to the guy. They obviously edited the whole footage and had multiple cameras in many locations.

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I would have been annoyed if he flew through one of my subs
I picture adapters,lenses and tripods flying up like a flak barrage.

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