By Paula @ Holiday World
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No, we're not marketing Mammoth Cake Pans.

And reviewers haven't issued any negative commentary regarding our new water coaster, either.

And no, the Greek god of shepherds hasn't added a new critter to his flock. (Although we do expect folks to flock to our new water coaster …)

What I'm talking about is camera movement. When it's side-to-side, it's called a "pan." (Up-and-down is a "tilt.")

Get a load of the long pan Nathan shot in our latest Mammoth video construction update:

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2 Responses to “A Mammoth pan”

  1. carson

    I AM the biggest holiday world fan

    Excited for the mammoth

    but it doesnt look very long in the videos you’ve posted I know it is 1/3 mile long………….still can’t wait

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