The plastic bottle that is visible in the video is the second camera, which is taking still im...
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The plastic bottle that is visible in the video is the second camera, which is taking still images. The video was captured with a mobile phone camera.
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What does Lt John Pike and the Chancellor have to say about this? (:
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