***NEED YOUR HELP*** Does anyone know of a company producing ballistic glass that can be filmed through? Looking to partner up on some high speed explosions and trick videos soon. Going to be 🔥💥💥💥🔥!! ... See MoreSee Less
Destin Sandlin from "Smarter Every Day" might have some info there. As well as Gavin from the "Slow Mo Guys".
Jerry Miculek you can also use the mirror trick. Put the camera in a bunker facing away from the blast, and film the reflection in a sacrificial mirror. Then just reverse the image during post production.
Jerry Miculek I can help you out! We do film/lighting on the space coast. Very familiar with ballistic protection for cameras! Send me a PM!
Transparent aluminum or AlON made by SURMET is what nasa and other firms are using with their imaging sensors and windows along with military contracts. It’s more expensive but stronger, thinner, and lighter. If you buy some I’d love to know what they quoted you because I’d like to purchase some small quantities and haven’t bothered a salesperson yet