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merh Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Oct-17-09 09:05 PM
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79. Wrong - there was no camera change - there were two cameras
They didn't just focus on this woman, they edited two videos together, well actually 3. The video form the camera at the original screening point.

The video from the second camera at the box.

The third video from the wanding area.


If you look at the top right corner at the beginning of the box video you will see that they did have a camera that could capture what on at the screening after she failed the first walk through. The 1st camera catches that.

I wonder if the clocks on the cameras are actually in sync. If they are not, more footage could be missing.

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