ITALY Top Places to See in 4k Ultra HD, Stock Video Footage




Royalty free video travel footage of Rome and Venice’s most iconic and beautiful tourist and tourism sites available for purchase in 4K Ultra HD 60p or HD at or individual HD clips from this demo:

Locations: Gondolas, Rialto Bridge. St. Marcos Square, Vatican museum and square, Sistine Chapel, St. Peter’s Cathedral, Colosseum, Spanish Steps, Rome cityscape, streets, Street artist, Canal, Statues, Trevi fountain, Sunrise, Sunset, Pope Balcony tourists and crowds.

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This 4K/Ultra HD stock video compilation is from our Rome and Venice Italy collection. This footage was shot with a RED Epic camera and the time lapse was captured using a 2 Canon 5D Mark III cameras. It was produced by John Farr and captured by an award winning team cinematographers from

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Here is a link to a beautiful Rio de Janeiro video we shot, edited and uploaded in 8K UHD. I highly recommend watching.

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