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  • 20,000 leagues under the sea

    Does anyone know if a decent video exists of the submarine ride at Tokyo DisneySea? I would love to see what this "dry for wet" illusion really looks like!
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    Re: 20,000 leagues under the sea

    It is very hard to catch that effect on video. But I'm sure someone somewhere has it.

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      Re: 20,000 leagues under the sea

      You can find it on one of those fan-made DVDs for sale on eBay. HOWEVER, it is so dim down there that you'll see a grainy mess. Unless you're using bright video lights or shooting infra red (in which case it's just black and white) you'll never get a clear video of it.
      It really needs to be seen live.

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        Re: 20,000 leagues under the sea

        When my ex and I were at the park I tried to record it, however most of it is just too dark or like said if shot IR it just looses some of its "pluses".
        I should upload it to Google video some day.

        Oh, and speaking of 20,000 leagues, here is a picture of the Natulus I keep running out of time to post on the net.
        themeparks.demonbird.com - pictures and reports of Disney and non Disney parks form across North America.
        Knott's Berry Farm - Spring Flowers - Snoopy's Spring Safari - Sierra Sidewinder

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          Re: 20,000 leagues under the sea

          Near closing time, I think the lighting got brighter since the lights have been on all day. I took my video recording at opening hour and it was REALLY dim. Later, it looked brighter, but still very difficult to record. Like someone just said, it's better to see it there.

          "You're not thinking fourth dimensionally!" -Back to the Future

          "With this place, I wanted to give them something real, something that wasn't an illusion, something they could see and touch. An aim devoid of merit."
          -Jurassic Park

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