What's In The Box?! - Hot Toys Deathstroke Review

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It's taken close to a year to setup the room, gather the right cameras, computers, and lights. There have been a ton of hiccups along the way and there may still be a few to go. Some recently as the previous post was deleted. Luckily I'm closer than I've ever been to doing collectible reviews. Hopefully I will finally have something to show for it next week. Here's a peak at my setup:


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I'll be the equally fat assed person with better looks and attitude to take his place. rofl Anyway, working hard on five or six different unboxings and reviews. Most of these will all go up the same week.
Gotta say that's pretty awesome dude. Love the setup too, and look forward to the reviews.

Do we get any hints on what'll be coming up? 🤓
 

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My introduction video is up. My first review will be up later tonight or sometime tomorrow. I'd love it if you guys in particular did the whole subscribe, like, and bell thang. I'm probably closer to you all than anyone. I'm also always down for constructive criticism. Especially when the review hits.


 

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Seemed like a good introduction video. Only thing I would suggest is something to make the area less, echoey? Maybe one of those clip on mics.

Can't believe there was already a dislike. Always going to be haters.,
 

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It's a small room and I guess theres some reverb. I was thinking of maybe lining a couple of the walls with sound dampening squares. That one dislike ticked me off. lol I got it in less than an hour.
 

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I'm so glad you went through with it and are going to join the YouTube World fully. Great introduction. Only thing I have to say is get a mic to help a bit more. I don't think it's the room it's just the distance from the camera. Glad to see you doing videos and I Liked and Subscribed! Cannot wait for the next video! Oh and I love that the logo is on your hat! Who made that? Just awesome stuff.
 

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Really appreciate it guys. I'll have my first review up today. I'm still getting use to talking to myself. I feel I'm a little too serious. lol I'll work on it.


I'm so glad you went through with it and are going to join the YouTube World fully. Great introduction. Only thing I have to say is get a mic to help a bit more. I don't think it's the room it's just the distance from the camera. Glad to see you doing videos and I Liked and Subscribed! Cannot wait for the next video! Oh and I love that the logo is on your hat! Who made that? Just awesome stuff.
I actually have a snowball mic and it's sitting about two feet away. I may reposition it and see if that helps before I look into sound proofing. The hats from a company called queensbro. I got two of them for twenty bucks!
 
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Also looking into the sound quality. I moved the mic closer but it hasnt had any effect. I'll play around with the mics settings but I'm pretty sure it's the room size and reverb I'm getting off the cabinets etc.
 

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You might think about wearing a light-colored solid shirt if you're going to hold up the pieces in front of your chest for the audience to see. Or have a short slanted bit of white board or something in front of you to show off the accessories better. Otherwise, I'm digging the review!
 

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You might think about wearing a light-colored solid shirt if you're going to hold up the pieces in front of your chest for the audience to see. Or have a short slanted bit of white board or something in front of you to show off the accessories better. Otherwise, I'm digging the review!

It'd be tough getting me into a light colored shirt. lol I've been thinking a lot about the framing of that section. The only reason I'm even in front of the camera is to be a little more intimate with the viewer. So many reviews are disembodied voices. However, I think I need to zoom in on the accessories a lot more. Maybe that will help with your suggestion as well?
 
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