日本最大の海上アスレチックパークでまさかの大事故が起きた。Floating Island in japan - YoutubeRandom

日本最大の海上アスレチックパークでまさかの大事故が起きた。Floating Island in japan

フィッシャーズ一台目のゴープロ(HERO4Silver)が沈没しました。
二代目(HERO4Black)の映像とメインカメラの映像のみご覧ください。


※特別な許可を得て撮影しています。

二代目のチャンネルもよろしく!
☆Fischer's-セカンダリ-
https://goo.gl/QgBhjD

☆チャンネル登録よろしくね!
https://goo.gl/lSy9St

☆Tシャツ、パーカーなどのフィッシャーズグッズはこちら!
https://uuum.skiyaki.net/fischers

☆リーダー、シルクロードのツイッター
https://twitter.com/RytoSle2
↓フィッシャーズ公式アカウントは下へ↓

①SASUKE公園がヤバイ「清水公園」
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GFRx_6IfGF0&index=7&list=PLjTvZmPcuetmIrc5jzm11Hytf8xD8FwOv

②自衛隊が音を上げるアスレチック「アメリカキャンプ村」
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g9J9WmnJ-zc&index=5&list=PLjTvZmPcuetmIrc5jzm11Hytf8xD8FwOv


【Fischer'sとは】
「出来そうで出来なさそう」
くだらないことに興味を持ち、意味不明なことを検証して報告する。
そんなスリル満点な野生児が集結したのがフィッシャーズです。
依頼やリクエスト、可能な限りお応えいたします。
―ウェブサイト・メンバー紹介
http://fischers.web.fc2.com/

【Twitter】
―アップロード通知用アカウント
https://twitter.com/FischersHome
―短編紹介用アカウント
https://twitter.com/FischersMovies

【Facebook】
―アップロード通知+共有
https://www.facebook.com/FischersHome

【再生リスト】
―すべて表示(西暦別もあります)
https://goo.gl/fB9HYY
―アップロード順
https://goo.gl/TuFZ4W
―再生数順
https://goo.gl/pw3hyy

【再生リスト(シリーズ)】
―Silk Room -シルクの部屋-
https://goo.gl/JNiym6
―完全にオススメ動画
https://goo.gl/Bjllqb
―鬼畜ドッキリ系
https://goo.gl/RhWQcm
―大乱闘シリーズ
https://goo.gl/zFt9WE
―都市伝説・心霊・ホラー!?
https://goo.gl/M5HmGy
―スポーツ関連 Sports how to...etc
https://goo.gl/2JNfRB

【再生リスト(その他)】
―コラボ動画
https://goo.gl/3eNJiq
―タイアップ
https://goo.gl/58E180
―ボンボンTVとその他
https://goo.gl/EL8h0X
―ライブ配信
https://goo.gl/wHPHxC

【音源・効果音使用元】様
―DOVA-SYNDROME
http://dova-s.jp/
―効果音ラボ
http://soundeffect-lab.info/
―甘茶の音楽工房
http://amachamusic.chagasi.com/
―魔王魂
http://maoudamashii.jokersounds.com/
※動画によって使用していない場合がございます。

【お問い合わせ先について】
※1 業界の皆様・ご依頼の方々・その他ご相談がある方は、UUUMウェブサイトにある「サービス」からお願い致します。
※2 YouTubeメッセージ機能はスパムが多発しているため、フィッシャーズでは利用していません。ご理解いただけると幸いです。

【サービスに関するお問い合わせ(UUUM)】
http://www.uuum.co.jp/

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