Dog With Heart-Rate Triggered Camera Takes A Picture Every Time He Gets Excited

May 26, 2015

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This is a Nikon commercial featuring a dog named Grizzler wearing a camera with a heart-rate monitoring case that takes pictures whenever he gets excited. Based on the photos, Grizzler gets excited by other dogs, cats, cat food, baked beans, mushrooms, crabs, turtles, people wearing sandals, and pigeons eating shit off the sidewalk. He also took a bunch of random photos from when he was running hard enough to cause his heart-rate to go up. Those photos were not the best and will probably be panned by art critics at his first gallery opening. Calm down, IT'S A DOG. Did you know that most art critics are cat people? I'm almost sure that's true even though I just made it up. Personally, I've always been weary of people who get paid to critique things, although I've always dreamed of being a movie critic CRITIC. 'This person sucks and doesn't know what they're talking about. The movie was good, and the candy selection at the theater was legit and that added to the experience.'

UPDATE: It appears at least some of the photos are fake, leading one blogger to want to tweet Nikon and demand transparency in their advertising. Remind me to do that later.

Keep going for several of his shots and a video with even more narrated by somebody who definitely doesn't sound like a Grizzler.

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Thanks to Bax, who wants to do the same thing but with a cat and get like two pictures a week.

  • Phodographer? That is terrible.

  • Jenness

    My dog it would nothing but photos of her dog bowl, her crotch and me yelling.

  • shashi

    And all this time we thought marketing was all about honesty and integrity and giving us the facts wee need to make an informed choice http://www.theverge.com/201...

  • Xockszky

    It's disappointing that they're fake, this would have been a cool photoset.

  • TheQiwiMan

    Lol top comment on YouTube is of these liars lying about the reflection.

    Get better at lying, liars. (-or at least learn how to photoshop reflections out)

  • David

    Those photos are too focused & look zoomed. Because those pigeons would not let a dog get that close.

  • steve holt

    so fucking stupid

  • The_Wretched

    Why is someone buying that much corn oil?

  • Guesticle

    stealth ad

  • shashi

    cholesterol? constipation? wrestling?

  • InkyBloc

    It's a fake. Take a look at the reflection of the car in the corn oil picture.

  • ispitzhotfire

    To be fair, in that reflection it is a person with the dog between their legs. Looks like they are either scratching the dog or moving his head. Doesn't really prove anything.

  • TangFiend

    Good catch, I was surprised the pictures were so perfectly centered considering how slung the camera harness looks on him.

  • Smokey

    They're centered because they've been rotated and cropped after being downloaded. You can tell because they're different aspect ratios.

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