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Episode 93 17 Just Running Trains No.13
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 Posted: 3 Dec 2017 08:55
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G`day Folks,

Well the title says it all I guess.?

Yes we`re just running trains around GCJ again  and trying new camera techniques and angles.

This video was put together using a phone camera, a sports camera ( camera car ) and my normal Sony HD video camera.

I would still like to push the envelope further with these mini movies.........not quite sure how or when yet.......inspiration needs to visit me once again......but somehow, some day it will happen.

Ultra small HD cameras with high quality pics would be a game changer, however for the moment I will use what I`ve got and try and wring every last ounce of possible techniques out of them.

So folks......there`s not a lot of time to settle in with the pop corn and beer with this one.......it`s brief at 5 minutes plus but I hope you enjoy the ride.

I`ve also chucked in a new little tune I`ve been working on....:cool:

Just Running Trains No.13



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Great Episode. I love the shots from behind the coaches.

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Well done yet again Gormo. Just love the shots from a moving train being overtaken by another going in the same direction. The speed of the moving turntable seems perfect. Was that slo mo or au natural?

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That’s tops Gormo some great new views of GCJ and very nicely produce esp like the onboard views



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Well done Gormo



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Thanks Gents,

Richard the turntable was travelling at that speed. It has quite a good reduction in the drive train plus I have an analogue controller running it, so the speed can be varied. The combination of the gears and the controller can bring it down to a crawl.

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Thanks Gormo. It looks great and travels even better.

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Always a pleasure to watch the trains going round Gormo :thumbup:

Just wondering what other locos/rolling stock you've got that we haven't seen yet.



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:scratchchin:..........probably not much Ed.....it`s not a big stable.

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Ah ha :idea:

Time to send Gormo your trains to see them running on GCJ.

................ or there again with the postage, perhaps not :mutley2:



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