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As a kid I used to love taking apart electronics. Clocks, TVs, Tape recorders, anything I could get my hands on. But my favorite thing to take apart was a VCRs. 30 years later and I’m still taking apart VRCrs. Only now instead of VCRs that costs hundreds of dollars, I’ve graduated to this High End Panasonic Editing Deck that was worth $5000 new. The heads where out of alignment. The cost involved in fixing it was out of the question. So the original owner, who knew of the macro work, happily handed it over to me.
After I was done taking it apart I took over a thousand shots. So what you see here are the best of the best! Photoshop was used but only in cleaning dust particles and building the presentation frames. The lighting you see was done in the studio.


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  • Lachlan Kent
    Lachlan Kentabout 7 years ago

    Another awesome shot. You’re going on my watch list.

  • catblack
    catblackabout 6 years ago

    i read the side, but what r these little things?
    i’m so curious, i love little things like this, but… what r these ones, where did u get them? in a VCR???

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