Shermz and Big Mike had just finished an overnight midnight milsim airsoft game at Hawaii Extreme Paintball and Airsoft. We were supposed to film footage from the milsim event but it was a total pitch black situation and filming was not possible with the GoPro at the event. So what better way to end the day, or shall we say morning by having a grudge match between the two and filming some action at least...lol!
Action was filmed with a GoPro mounted on Shermz's battle helmet at eye level. All action was from the perspective of Shermz's POV.
It was just random one on one skirmishes on the fields of HEPA. Thanks to the guys at Mil5im (who held the milsim event) and HEPA for letting us use the field at the time. We had a lot of fun!
Scenefifty Shermz heads back to the motherland for some vacation time in the Philippines. In this semi-raw edited video, we take a walkthrough from the most northern part of the Philippines (Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte) at a famous tourist location called Agua Grande. The Agua Grande is a family picnic/tourist attraction stop by in which the fresh cool water pools from the rivers meet up with the ocean. We also take a walk through on the shores of Caunayan beach fronting the USS Stingray Memorial Marker.
Scenefifty Shermz heads back to the motherland for some vacation time in the Philippines. In this semi-raw video, we take a drive from our home in Caunayan, Philippines (Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte) through a back roads off-road path to a rare World War II historical site, the USS Stingray Memorial Marker which sits off the shores of Caunayan Bay.
Scenefifty Shermz heads back to the motherland for some vacation time in the Philippines. In this semi-raw video, we take a drive from the most northern part of the Philippines (Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte) from a famous tourist location called Agua Grande, across the famous Patapat Viaduct passing Hannah's Beach Resort, through the mountains roads of Balaoi passing Kaibigan falls and finally reaching our home in the Barangay of Caunayan.
Enjoy the ride through this uncut, but semi-edited video of the drive. Sit back, relax and absorb. Because one day, maybe you'll drive the same roads we did. Mahalo!
Come along and ride on a fantastic voyage! We took a ride in Aaron's G35 while Shermz took the pilot seat and Aaron desperately holding the camera and laptop with heavy clutching going on, SCENEFIFTY style...LOL! We tested Aaron's new Vivitar 7mm Fisheye lens on his Canon T2i and went cruising around down Pali Road, downtown Honolulu, through Waikiki and the far east side of Oahu. Take a trip!
With a mindset of building knowledge and talent, Ryan took a whole lot of scratch building materials, parts, tools, Macgyver skills and time to build a DIY slider rig for a video camera.
At first glimpse you would think it was professionally manufactured...think again. It was professionally built...by hand. We won't go into detail on how to build one but we could give you one great advice. Use your imagination! Check out the sample clips in action below:
Passed through downtown Honolulu earlier today and a massive structure pulls into dock like nobody's business! Actually, it's a mobile sea platform that actually fires rockets into the sky from the ocean! It was 1 of 3 massive floating structures docked in Honolulu Harbor, 2 being massive cruise ships.
Thanks to Brotha Roy for showing love by repping our sticker on the back of his Bride "Hold Me Tight" race seat in his Nissan 240SX Fastback, which unfortunately is still under construction. Thanks Roy!
If you haven't seen it yet, prepare to LOL, scratch your head or dig in your thoughts on why the guy in the video was tripping out on this double rainbow. To me, I thought it was kinda hilarious. Well here you go, I liked the auto-tune remixed version...so I posted it. Prepare to get intense!