Yes - I'd guess all of the longtime 9/11 researchers here are quite familiar with this lame, obviously phony and staged "WTC7 video". See, what I'd like you to realize - firstly and foremostly - is that these "9/11 videos" were in all likelihood shot anywhere but
at the WTC. If you think that's impossible, think again - and remember all of the HollywooL disaster movies you've seen in your lifetime. You don't really think the catastrophic scenes featured in movies such as "Armageddon (1998) or "Independence Day" (1996) were ACTUALLY shot in the streets of NYC / Manhattan, do you?
For instance, Oliver Stone is on record saying that his post-9/11 (crap) movie "WORLD TRADE CENTER" was shot somewhere in Los Angeles, where they had 'faithfully reconstructed' the entire Ground Zero area - rubble and all. Don't believe me? Read and view all about it here: viewtopic.php?p=2349190#p2349190
The funny thing about all this phony 9/11 imagery is that it often mixes shitty, low-resolution imagery with some astounding, highly professional cinematic camera movements which Stanley Kubrick would be proud of. Just consider the following:
In this screenshot grabbed from the "Inside WTC7" video you posted, we see the cameraman running behind a firefighter, with what looks like one of those old Betacam professional TV cameras. Those cameras were dreadfully bulky bitches to handle and carry around, I can tell you (yes, I once wrestled with one of those heavy monsters - and my neck was in pain for weeks after...)
Well, now just imagine passing through this narrow glass door - holding that camera on your shoulder - as seen in this short clip, taken from about 4:15 into that "Inside the WTC7" video:
As I see it, there are only two ways to explain this amazingly smooth / impeccably steady shot:
1. The cameraman was a skinny, superhuman fellow who deserves a place in Hollywool's hall of fame.
2. The shot is the result of some studio wizardry - as regularly employed by Hollywool producers.