[Video] Music Video Made Using 250 EOS 60Ds

Japanese band Androp made this music clip using 250 EOS 60D cameras, mounted on a steel frame and interconnected through a computer. The cams were not used to shot pics, but the mounted flashes were used to make up a big pixel screen. Being driven by a computer, the flashes can produce any light pattern you may wish. Ah, the song is called “Bright Siren”. There is just one thing that’s not clear to me: why the heck did they use all those cameras for their lighting FX?

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