For this amazing clip I bought GoPro

 

For this  amazing clip I bought GoPro

 

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Several friends asked me how to record videos of this kind

The answer is by using the Action GoPro camera

 There are many types of accessories to attach the camera to any surface

 
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korean trains the most powerful

 

 

korean trains the most powerful

 

 

The most popular fast trains are called KTX and KTX Sancheon which are operated by Korail.

Korea Train eXpress (Korean: 한국고속철도), often known as KTX (Korean: 케이티엑스; RR: Keitiekseu), is South Korea's high-speed rail system, operated by Korail. ... Top speed for trains in regular service is currently 305 km/h (190 mph), though the infrastructure is designed for 350 km/h (217 mph).

Modern KTX bullet trains connect Korean cities just within a few hours, and offer multiple convenient routes for Korea's citizens and visitors. These high-speed trains is a popular choice for the comfort and speed that they offer onboard as well as convenient departure and arrival stations.

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korean trains the most powerful

With a top speed of 305 km/h (190 mph), the KTX-Sancheon is the second commercial high-speed train operated in South Korea and the first domestic high-speed train that is designed and developed in South Korea

KTX high-speed trains connect Seoul to Busan and is the most popular route in the country. You will reach Busan in less than 3 hours, the longest ride will take not more than 3 hours and 30 minutes. The train will use Gyeongbu line, and travel at around 305 km/h speed.

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Special Hd Video Bullet train China

 

Special Hd Video Bullet train China

 

 

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Fuxing Hao (also known as the CR series EMU,  is a series of high-speed and higher-speed EMU trains operated by China Railway High-speed (CRH) and developed by CRRC, which owns the independent intellectual property rights.] Initially known as the China Standardized EMU, development on the project started in 2012, and the design plan was finished in September 2014. 

 Special Hd Video Bullet train China

The first EMU rolled off the production line on 30 June 2015. The series received its current designation of Fuxing in June 2017, with nicknames such as "Blue/Red Dolphin" (CR400AF) and "Golden Phoenix" (CR400BF) for certain units.[5] It is the world's fastest conventional high speed train in regular service, with a operating speed of 350 km/h (220 mph) for the CR400AF and CR400BF models.

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