Custom Clapperboard

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Custom Clapperboard by anamarazzixd Dec 31, 2013
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Here is a clapperboard... It does not come with a nail or anything to join the board to the stick... so go find yourself some type of nail or a screw and a bolt and you should be fine :P! I'm a noob at this, don't judge. lol

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This is awesome! Had to scale it down a little to fit my printer but an awesome find. As an FYI these were called a "slate" and originally used in film era to sync the audio and video together by clapping the top down. That said to this day their used to sync multiple cameras and audio together besides obviously showing what scene and take is being done (quite handy actually!)