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Paolo Perelli

Panasonic GH2 hacked made it to the FINALS !!

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Hello friends [img]https://s-static.ak.facebook.com/images/blank.gif[/img]:-)

something beautiful just happened. My entry for the RODE ROCKUMENTARY contest made it to the finals.
Out of 200 entries coming from 48 countries, I got shortlisted.

Right now it’s all down to voting... more friends and you’ll win!
It's the ONE and ONLY video made with a hacked GH2 !!!

Your vote will enormously help to kickstart my career. In retun I will personally drop boxes of chocolates to your doorstep


link:
[url="http://www.rodemic.com/rockumentary/47866136"]http://www.rodemic.com/rockumentary/47866136[/url]

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