Has anybody purchase any Spacecraft Films DVD's?

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  1. Kevin Coleman

    Kevin Coleman Second Unit

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    Check this out.
    http://www.spacecraftfilms.com/
    My wallet is going to lose some weight since I found this website.
    Sorry for showing this to other fellow space addicts.
    Go get your fix!
    Kevin C. [​IMG]
     
  2. Tony Stark

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    The Apollo-11 3 DVD set seems really cool. Although these seem really attactive, at $55, I'd have to do some reseach to determine how these DVD's were put together.
     
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    Cool. [​IMG] I didn't have time to go through the whole site, I'll have to do that later. Do you know where they get their footage from?
    Tony Stark [​IMG] You're Iron Man [​IMG] [​IMG] I bet you get that a lot.
     
  4. Kevin Coleman

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    Hey Guys,
    The prices kind of scare me too. I was hoping someone here might have bought some. As to where they got their footage it probably comes directly from the NASA archives. But I thought a company called dreamtime had contracted to digitize all of NASA's footage? So who knows, it seems a little expensive to me since there should be no royalty rights to pay for just the cost of getting them transfered and manufactured should be all we have to pay for because I think all NASA footage is in the public domain.
    If I order any I will let you guys know how it turns out.
    Kevin C. [​IMG]
     

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