Best feeding video!

nicodimus22

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It would be helpful to pop the name of the species onto the screen briefly as you feed it. I recognized 2/3 of them, but it would be cool to know exactly what I'm looking at.
 

petkokc

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@z32upgrader Wow, you got nice video quality! I remember only seeing your trailer video on facebook, but never saw you on youtube...sweet channel!
 

volcanopele

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It would be helpful to pop the name of the species onto the screen briefly as you feed it. I recognized 2/3 of them, but it would be cool to know exactly what I'm looking at.
This might be the best solution to the commentary/no commentary question. Requires a bit more work during editing though.
 

basin79

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I'll throw a couple onto the ring.

Idiothele Mira.

Caribena Versicolor.
 

z32upgrader

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@z32upgrader Wow, you got nice video quality! I remember only seeing your trailer video on facebook, but never saw you on youtube...sweet channel!
I'm a fan of your channel as well. I'm still waiting for a Latin names pronunciation video Part 3! I suggested Ornithoctonus aureotibialis.
Your video is excellent in terms of quality, in-focus shots and great lighting. Also filming at 60fps makes it very smooth. I'm still working with 29.97 fps.
 

viper69

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Over the top statement in the title? You decide :D

Another great video. Dude, I think your English is fine, I wouldn't be concerned at all, however i do understand wanting to converse in one's native language, it's easier/faster haha.

I WOULD like to know how he setup his LEDs.

The MUSIC was excellent!!!!
 

petkokc

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I'm a fan of your channel as well. I'm still waiting for a Latin names pronunciation video Part 3! I suggested Ornithoctonus aureotibialis.
Your video is excellent in terms of quality, in-focus shots and great lighting. Also filming at 60fps makes it very smooth. I'm still working with 29.97 fps.
It will come, I kinda forgot about it xD
They are actually shot at 50 FPS
 

z32upgrader

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I watched the part of your P. cancerides jumping at .25 speed while holding down the spacebar. It was still almost instantaneous.
I video'd my GBB in slow motion at 120fps and calculated from the video a reaction time of 25ms, or twenty-five thousandths of a second. The average reaction time of humans is over 200ms.

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