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Supercell Thunderstorms on 35mm

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Uploaded on Oct 12, 2010

StormStock cinematographer Martin Lisius: "This sequence is footage of supercell thunderstorms I captured on 35mm motion picture film using my Arriflex 35-3. Supercells are thunderstorms with persistent, rotating updrafts. They produce the largest tornadoes and hail in the world. As you can see, there is a lot of motion in supercells including rotary motion that sometimes give them a flying saucer or "mothership" appearance. I used Kodak Vision 250D and 50D film stocks for this material. Steve Franko at &Transfer in Dallas did the color work to HDCAM using a Spirit Datacine."

Footage in this promo is copyrighted and may not be used without permission. Licensing is available from StormStock at www.stormstock.com

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