posted on Jun, 4 2008 @ 02:36 AM
I know nothing about video editing, so please feel free to shoot me down.
To me, it looks as though the movements of particles in the water, air bubbles, and camera shake are all at "normal" (for lack of a more technical
term) speed, while the shark is moving slowly and with a sense of great weight. That indicates, at least to my untrained eye, that it really is quite
large relative to everything else in the video. There's enough debris flying around that I would imagine taking separate footage of a normal sized
shark, slowing it down, and somehow editing it into this other normal speed footage, would be quite the task indeed.
I'm going to spend some time looking up Pacific Sleeper sharks now. I had no idea sharks could get that big! I'm gonna have nightmares lol
[edit on 6/4/2008 by AceWombat04]