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They ran me up and down the river in a boat, gave me lenses, a clean bed, awesome food etc. It was pretty amazing!
Jeff Cremer was my hook-up for all things photography once I got on site. He's very good at technical photography and is more than capable of handling anything you can throw at him. Check out his chops and tell him Destin sent you:
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The camera we used is the Phantom Miro 320S
The footage we obtained was incredible. I'll demonstrate that in upcoming videos.
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