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    These guys humble me
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    The following link is one of a number of stunning videos by a small
    little known site ... but they outclass most of what I have seen recently


    https://youtu.be/p6qXM_N34TI

    No discussion of DR pixels nor glass

    Just great video and content ... and all of their channel reflects this.

    Wish I had a small part of their talent and vision.


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    For a piece that long, the old film effect or whatever they're doing is too gimmicky and I tired of it after about 15 seconds. Use something like that sparingly. Teases. Interstitials. Transitions.


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    If you check most of the other videos on his site ... it is used sparingly.

    And the rest are compelling ... this one was to Instagram filter for me but the others
    are handled well.

    His review of the Tenere 700 is really good:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5WJvQqeQpe8


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    FortNine is generally an outstanding channel. Their video on how to get your adv bike un-stuck saved my neck a couple of times.


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    At 66 I just completed the MSF Basic Rider course ... never ridden before ... huge amount of bicycling experience.

    All due to FortNine and ItchyBoots ... and the lockdown.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Run&Gun View Post
    For a piece that long, the old film effect or whatever they're doing is too gimmicky and I tired of it after about 15 seconds. Use something like that sparingly. Teases. Interstitials. Transitions.
    I agree. OTOH, 616,472 views in about 10 months...

    Some of these YouTube channels are amazing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Feeley View Post
    I agree. OTOH, 616,472 views in about 10 months...

    Some of these YouTube channels are amazing.
    FWIW, that's extremely low compared to the top channels.

    But usually that's how it works; a lot of quality content barely has any exposure while some vloggers can rack up a few million views overnight.


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    It is a small channel that caters to a very small market ...

    And the views for the video were probably returning viewers who would tolerate
    less than epic cinematography.

    Think I picked the wrong video as an intro ...


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    There are thousands of channels like that for every hobby imaginable.

    Everyone has their corner of the internet.

    The people who engage could care less about the technology creating it (as mentioned).

    Channel would still be successful with 720p acquisition (as many others are).


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    Content may be king ... and this channel stands above the noise floor of the others ...


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