As Seen on Show and Tell: Hidden camera for WWII reenactment event
Gregory is a regular on our weekly Show and Tell hangouts and he wrote in to share more details about his hidden camera project for a WWII reenactment that he participated in. He writes:
I was on show and tell two weeks ago and I showed a hidden camera that I was going to use in a WWII reenactment event, ladyada and phil asked me to send a link to the video from it. The camera didn’t work out, the ribbon cable broke due to my poor design, but I am attaching what video I did get and two pictures.
The first picture is of us in formation, I am on the left side of the frame the only guy with his helmet off and looking away =(
The second is of us talking to our patron, PFC John Bastrika, he was in C co 1st ID which is the unit we reenact in his honor. I am the guy all the way in the back >.>
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