Mechanics. And not the kind that work on your car (just trying to anticipate the kind of wise guy replies I would give )gizmo2004 said:How'd they find enough room in the interior for a cameraman AND a camera at the same time? Let alone have him turn around 360 degrees!
No, more than likely the camera rotates, not the car. There are many professional video devices available to do something like that.Dreamer said:I'm assuming they did it the only way that was feasible. To lower a camera into the cockpit with the top down and the put the car on a turntable. I'd imagine it would be easier to spin the car and to have a person actually turn around in it!
:lol: Actually, wiseguy, you're probably closer to the truth than you thought!gizmo2004 said:Yea, right, real high-tech mechanical engineer. He ties a string around the camera, lowers it down into the middle of the car, and twists it around slowly!
Just pulling YOUR string, Editguy!
It wasn't really such a wild idea. They have done things like that, and it's remotely possible they did it hee. Just not likely since there are more efficient ways to do it.Dreamer said:Thanks for clarifying, Editguy. Lest anyone think I really figured it was the work of a huge lazy susan. :lol:
Actually. I think they just gave this guy a camera: :willy: