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"Firenado" Australia in real time

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Published on Jun 6, 2013

Wild footage at actual speed of this "pillar of fire" event recorded on September 11 2012 near Mt. Conner Australia (details below) © Chris Tangey 2012

DETAILS: When this fire tornado event was recorded, Cameraman Chris Tangey used both 1080i normal speed and 720P slow motion, changing between them several times over that 40 minute period. This means that until now many shots previously seen on television or online were at 2.5 times slower than they actually were on the day.
For the first time a series of wild clips are precisely corrected back to real-time, or as it happened speed. The furious flickering of the 35 metre (110 foot) tower of fire and winds is now evident and explains Tangeys' quote: "I have never seen anything so big, move so fast, in my life"

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