Don't Leave Your Expensive Camera in the Path of a High-Powered Water Jet

By Andrew Liszewski on at

If you’ve always wondered how a pre-digital SLR film camera worked, you can either spend hours painstakingly removing all its tiny screws in order to completely take it apart, or just leave it in the path of a 60,000 PSI waterjet which will reveal the camera’s guts in a matter of minutes.

We’re living in the golden age of industrial machinery being used to destroy random objects, but when are we going to finally see a bunch of factory robots just smashing up a car? Internet, don’t let us down. [YouTube via DPReview]