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Tag Archives: pov video
Today is the biggest day in motorsports, I wanted to take look at the classic Walt Disney World attraction – Tomorrowland Speedway, which itself has a tie-in to the Indianapolis 500. This complete POV on-ride video of Walt Disney World’s … Continue reading
In order to make the POV on-ride video for Seven Dwarfs Mine Train I shared a couple days ago, Disney first had to film me on the attraction the entirety of its length. It’s sort of like a 4 minute … Continue reading
This on board video was taken during my first ever ride on Seven Dwarfs Mine Train. I’m seeing everything for the first time as the GoPro was running. The kind folks on Disney’s production team also edited in a POV … Continue reading
Just received this short preview onride Point of View video of the first half of Seven Dwarfs Mine Train. There are no show elements in the preview, but it’s still nice. What do you think?
Reader Dan sends in the following video from Disneyland’s newly refurbished, and slightly upgraded, version of Big Thunder Mountain Railroad. Big Thunder Mountain has reopened after a long refurbishment. Disney has revamped the track, painted the mountain, added new life … Continue reading