Cammed Salmon: Fox gives Seahawks viewers a fish-eye lens on famous Seattle tradition

Cammed Salmon: Fox gives Seahawks viewers a fish-eye lens on famous Seattle tradition

People aren’t the one ones becoming a member of the wearable gadget motion.

Throughout right this moment’s Seahawks playoff sport in opposition to New Orleans, FOX confirmed off some candy footage from a GoPro-like digital camera that it connected to a flying salmon (see video above).

This seems to be the brand new rendition of the compulsory Pike Place Market fish toss video that networks typically present when Seattle sports activities groups play on nationwide tv.

I assumed it was fairly superior when this firm unveiled a wearable collar for dogs at CES. Then, the opposite day I watched this amazing video and was impressed when GoPro connected its cameras on high of lions and hyenas.

However the Salmon Cam is fairly legendary and undoubtedly received over a few followers on Twitter:

I admit that I just like the flying salmon cam. There, I stated it.

— Spunkier than (@TeSalutamus) January 11, 2014

Salmon-cam video proven at Seattle seafood market on FOX was extra attention-grabbing than #Saints offense in first half. #NFLplayoffs #Seahawks

— Dave Osborn (@NDN_dosborn) January 11, 2014

If the flying salmon cam is not a factor but, let’s make it a factor

— Kyle Cesmat (@kylecesmat) January 11, 2014

Others had totally different opinions:

The flying salmon cam? Go fuck your self, Seattle.

— mdh (@PizzaTacoDonut) January 11, 2014

What animal can be subsequent? Marshawn Pinch, maybe?

A take a look at Marshawn Pinch from the Seattle Aquarium.

Sure, the first identified Crustacean to assist the @Seahawks:

— FOX Sports activities: NFL (@NFLonFOX) January 11, 2014

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