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Aerial footage filmed for ‘Planet Earth’ available on FootageBank HD

More than 100 hours of aerial HD footage that was filmed by Helinet Aviation Services will be available at footage company FootageBank HD. Filmed for the BBC series Planet Earth, but for the most part not included in the 11-part series or seen by the viewing public, the footage comes from locations like the Arctic Circle, the Himalayas, African plains and deltas, the Indian Ocean, South American rainforests, the Boreal forests in Canada, the Great Barrier Reef and Giant Sequoias in California. The aerial footage was captured on the award-winning Cineflex (now General Dynamics) gyro-stabilized HD camera system.
June 8, 2010

More than 100 hours of aerial HD footage that was filmed by Helinet Aviation Services will be available at footage company FootageBank HD. Filmed for the BBC series Planet Earth, but for the most part not included in the 11-part series or seen by the viewing public, the footage comes from locations like the Arctic Circle, the Himalayas, African plains and deltas, the Indian Ocean, South American rainforests, the Boreal forests in Canada, the Great Barrier Reef and Giant Sequoias in California. The aerial footage was captured on the award-winning Cineflex (now General Dynamics) gyro-stabilized HD camera system.

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