GoPro camera gets torture tested with liquid nitrogen at CES Video
GoPro camera gets torture tested with liquid nitrogen at CES Video Transcript
-I want you guys to know we got clearance for this little stunt from-- like the County Fire Marshall and then the-- the-- -Clark County Fire Department -Clark County Fire Department and all. We have a Fire Marshall's Inspections this morning. It's all been extremely exciting for me. Okay, this doesn't fit that well, I'm just gonna put them right here. Okay. -So which one are we gonna-- -First, let's go-- I think we should go with the GoPro, which look, is recording-- -Oh okay, as we go. -Yeah. So as it goes to its doom. Got our little fryer basket. Going towards the-- Oh my god. Still recording. The light is still flashing. I mean, GoPro. It's-- seriously though, it's still recording right now, with the fryer basket stuck to the side. -Now do you want to drop that thing? -Not this-- not this one. Look at that-- look though. Near as I can tell, even though there is cold smoke coming off of it, this is a highly unexpected outcome, I have to say. How long is it gonna-- I can feel the cold by the way through this gloves like an inch thick. How long does it gonna take to warm up? -Yeah. That's a good question but I don't know. Each item is different, you know, with this one-- - Yes that's true. Alright, we're gonna set-- I hear like cracking as it's warming up though. I think the plastic is starting to crack as it warms up. Alright, well this is dramatic though 'cause the camera inside-- still okay. I'm calling this a "conditional survival", and I am pretty surprised.
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