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Bicycle wheel animations [Video]
posted June 6 2012 3:14.07 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Well, they are nice, they make a good effect, but this effect is only visible through a video camera. When The shutter speed is synchronized with the wheel rotation, this is what you get:



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