Nikon KeyMission 360 camera continues to record while being chewed by a tiger (video)

To start your Friday, here is a video of a tiger chewing a Nikon KeyMission 360 camera ($496.95) recorded by RSE Photography (Facebook | Instagram| Twitter):

“After capturing some great images of the Sumatran tigers, we decided to try and get some 360 footage of the big cats eating their food. We put the Nikon KM360 about 8-9 ft in the air attaching it to the internal fencing inside where they roam. The video captures the female tiger Dora getting very curious with the kit. To my amazement the kit survived apart from the “lookalike” Joby gorilla pod that the tiger treated like it’s doomed prays bones, with literally only a few noticeable tiger teeth marks on the KM360. The tiger was okay and the KM360 still works as it should. So if any one is interested in how tough that action cam is, well check out the footage for your self.”

Here is the long version of the video and a few pictures of the chewed camera:

Photographs by RSE Photography and used with permission.

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