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Red Bull Stratos: Movie cameras for the edge of space
- OCT 8, 2012
- Felix Baumgartner
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- Dozens of state-of-the-art camera systems will be used Tuesday to capture Felix Baumgartner inside his space capsule as he ascends to 120,000 fee,t and provide viewers a first-person perspective of the spectacular vista outside. When Felix jumps, he will be wearing five high-definition cameras for his record-breaking free fall and supersonic descent. Be sure to watch history as it happens at Red Bull Stratos.
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