Airsoft Desert Eagle vs Cans (Multi Camera Test)





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Uploaded on Feb 20, 2011

I wanted to just do a little proof-of-concept for an idea of mine using multiple cameras, but I liked the results enough to edit it up all nicely and upload it. I definitely learned from this, and even though it was quite a pain, it was worth the time spent. While having lots of cameras recording at once is neat, it is just not smart. It takes much more time and effort in setup/cleanup/converting/editing and has much higher chances for failure (I used 10 recording devices but only got 8 working videos out of it, one faulty battery didn't hold a charge long enough and one video file mysteriously corrupted). Not to mention how busy and obnoxious having so many videos playing on screen at once is, or how bothersome it is framing all of that.

So while I will definitely still be doing multiple camera shots, I know that there is a fine line where the benefits of having extra footage meets the problems of it all.

Also, just musing here, but I still don't know why these cans reacted so weakly to being shot. I suspect it is a combination of different things (cold weather weakened the gas in the gun and the pressure within the cans, cans not given enough shaking and/or time to sit after being shaken, or maybe they just didn't want to cooperate). Thanks for watching!

Song Information:
Title: I Hate You
Artist: Josh Woodward
Album: Sunny Side of the Street


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