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How Big was the Giant Squid filmed by NOAA on June 19th

c.burt

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Hey TONMO!

I am looking for some help. How can I use a technology to extrapolate the size of the June 19th Squid that was filmed NOAA? Is there a program I can use to say.... if the Medusa camera is this big... than this Squid is this big... I could play around with screenshots to figure this out, but I need to use technology to prove this. Any ideas?

Here is the video: Journey into Midnight: Light and Life Below the Twilight Zone: Mission Logs: June 20: NOAA Office of Ocean Exploration and Research
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c.burt

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Thanks @tonmo. Trying to figure out how I can use software to measure the size... which will be hard since it's not all on the same X/Y axis....
 

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