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iwamoto's avatar

Ever made pictures while in a rollercoaster?

Asked by iwamoto (5266points) May 23rd, 2008

i’m guessing it’s just a bit too dangerous, but have you ever did it?
im heading to sixflags for a few days (that’s right, no iwamoto this weekend) and well, it would be cool to make pictures inside the rides

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wildflower's avatar

I’m not a big fan if rollercoasters and any rides I go on, I’d be clinging on for dear life with both hands! But if you’re ok with the risk of losing grip and having your cam flung out of your hand…...go for it.

playthebanjo's avatar

USE A STRAP!

eambos's avatar

@banjo
How’s a strap-on going to help?

But seriously, Just use a strap and wrap it tight around your wrist and you should be fine. I’ve done it (I can be pretty clumsy sometimes) and my camera is still with me today.

playthebanjo's avatar

It can help…it all depends on the help you need. LOL

wildflower's avatar

Some things are just a universally good idea….:P

playthebanjo's avatar

LOL

you said that a strap-on was a universally good idea.

wildflower's avatar

no, you did :)
I just said ‘some things’......where is your mind?? seriously!

iwamoto's avatar

okay, will try tomorow, that’s right, im such a nerd that i seek fluther on a camping ground, well, im off again, i’ll post some pictures later on, cheers! and thanks for the strap advice!

arnbev959's avatar

Make sure you hide it somewhere while getting on. There’s probably a rule against bringing cameras on the rides.

playthebanjo's avatar

dude… I must be a nerd too. I was so happy to find an unsecured wifi access at the ranger house! Fluther+camping@beach=super fantastic

Zen's avatar

I just ordered one. They’re expensive, but fun.

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