Amazing Video from a “Still” Camera

Check out this video!

See what can be done with the new Canon EOS 5D Mark II camera in the hands of a great photographer.

The images from the camera were not manipulated in any way after they were captured. This is amazing stuff.

The line between still camera and video camera is officially erased.

See the Canon site.

Read photographer Vincent Laforet’s blog.

Originally posted on Gizmodo.

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