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    Which 8K sensor, Helium or VV?
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    I think we need to be more careful what message we put out. How is a Jeep- a brand derived from the killing machines used by the military industrial complex, connected with -I'm no expert on cultures- one of the most peaceful culture, religion, philosophy as we know it. It makes very little sense and I see absolutely no connection.
    As for the visuals, stunning-definitely Marks hand in it...
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    Great work, Mark!
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    Great work thanks for sharing. Wondering who the colorist was...really made the difference.
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    Admittedly, the Jeep angle is a tough sell here amongst the gorgeous cultural shots. But I'm guessing this is a new market they are targeting and this was the concept they ran with to connect cultures.
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    Absolutely beautiful... inspiring work.
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    Great work thanks for sharing. Wondering who the colorist was...really made the difference.
    From what I've seen, he likes to play with the color himself, but wondering if he edited this on a laptop, while on a plane, as well :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeb B View Post
    Gorgeous and amazing cinematography. Would love to see a cut without the Jeep bits. It's like trying to watch an awesome tribute to an ancient, deeply spiritual and non-materialistic culture with a Jeep pop-up ad every 20 seconds. They couldn't be more different in what they represent in my mind.
    Cinematography was amazing. But yeah, I kept thinking that none of the people in the video would want that Jeep driving around in their village. Or that they were somehow lost in India. But purely from a visual standpoint, beautiful!
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    Great visuals but I just didn't see the tie-in with the car. And while there just wasn't enough time spent on the individual scenes to digest them all without stopping the video, nothing really sticks in my mind.

    I don't feel the urge to rush out and buy a Jeep... ever. '-)
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