Perhaps, though I haven't noticed any from these other vids, though it wouldn't surprise me if they do.This must be an old bird who remembers the sound of camera clatters. New birds would more likely to have the ringtones from all brands of cell phones in their repertoire.
Leave some seed or food outside the window sill, preferably something that won't destroy their intestines. Their corvids, so they're pretty smart and will eventually associate you opening your window with food. If you're fortunate, they'll bring you gifts. A friend of mine feed a couple of crows cherry seeds outside her apartment. If you're lucky, they'll bring you stolen rings or something shiny. If you're unlucky like my friend, they'll bring you mice skulls. It's the thought that counts though.I have a few magpies that land outside my window every day, one scared the shit out of me by beaking the window a couple of times. I keep trying to open my window to feed them, but they fly off when I open the window, any advice for trying to get them to get used to me/opening windows?