Mustang-Cam! - My Debut on You Tube

You probably know that I'm a huge fan of the Ford Mustang. A couple of months ago my big bro gave me a cool remote control 1967 custom Shelby Mustang model. Since then I've been planning to make a video with it. What I wanted to do is to create a sort of carriage to attach the camera to the back of the ride, and then shoot the video while I control the car, which would give a NFS-like view. To hold the camera (Nokia 3250 in this case), I made something more like chariot, I named it 'Cam-Chariot', and attached it behind my Mustang.



The Mustang with the Cam-Chariot
Look what I've used for wheels under the Cam-Chariot, that's right, two tiny cars!

Now the only thing left was to drive it with the camera chasing it, and that's what I did. The video also featured some cars and bikes from my bro's collection. After shooting the video I went one step further, putting it up on You Tube. This is my first video on You Tube so I was pretty excited to see my own work on-air. I know it's just a crappy video with stupid quality and nothing spectacular, but I was pretty happy with the way things worked out. I've embedded the video right here. I hope to direct some more sequels of my soon-to-be blockbuster, hehe.

Click here to download the video (3gp).

I know what you're thinking, doing all these stupid stuff with kid's toys, it's all just too childish for a 22 year old. Maybe you're right, maybe it is childish, but....."Frankly my dear, I don't give a damn!"

Comments

  1. Anonymous8:46 PM

    That's pretty neat. If you would attach a swivel to the chariot, you wouldn't have so much drag on the front wheels of the car.
    Then you wouldn't have to back up so much, the chariot would follow the car. The cam would pan the room better in the turns. I believe the vids would be more interesting.

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