The Spectacular Last Flight of Space Shuttle Endeavour In Ultra-HD Video

Famed cinematographer and Gizmodo friend, Vincent Laforet, went to Los Angeles International Airport to constraint a final moody of space convey Endeavour regulating a RED Epic camera during 5K fortitude with Canon 800mm 5.6 lens in delayed motion—-96 frames per second.

I always get unhappy looking during a space shuttles being ferried to their final destination. Such a honeyed appurtenance late to nap perpetually in a museum. Endeavour is going to rest during a California Science Centre.

The best shot was his exam before Endeavour arrived, since a augmenting feverishness caused visual waves in his final video above, as he explains in his blog.

Here’s a shot of his gear:

The Spectacular Last Flight of Space Shuttle Endeavour In Ultra-HD Video


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