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Jaguar F-Type next to old Classic Jaguars at Elements Kowloon



At Elements Mall they are currently displaying the brand new Jaguar F-Type and also showing its predecessors the C-Type, D-Type and E-Type. The old classics are all well known British racing machines from the past, how will the new Jaguar be come and compare the brand new car with its predecessors.

Filmed with Canon EOS 550D with Magic Lantern Unified Canon 10-22mm f3.5-4.5 UWA Lens Filmed 60p and slowed down to 25fps in post, all shots are handheld. Mainly the shakes are minimal with just an ultra wide angle lens but with extra slowing it down the slight shakes becomes even less noticable and for me cars should be shown slow and showing it shapes and beauty and no big rushy quick shots as you should enjoy and get to see more of the car then having a funky upbeat video where everything flashes by.

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