Visibility III / V
It was a brisk go: in a few seconds below the Little Bear over Deneb about 50 degrees. Would fit as a quadrant, but is very early. The fisheye flattens objects near the horizon: Deneb is pictured at 24 degrees, although it appears to be close to the horizon. North is on the right.
SER video clip
Thanks for the data, so not the early quadrantide but the late Coma Berenicidi (or sporadic).
This must have been quite far in the north, when it was seen in almost the same direction both here and in Tampere.
The altitude here was about 40 degrees, so flew somewhere in the direction of Kemi?
Is it the case that faster meteors on average burn to completion at a higher rate if the size and composition are the same?
Added: north-facing GIF animation and SER video with time code included (UTC time)
From the first video, the time code had dropped somewhere.