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Rob, what's your take on this?
I can see where camera flashes could leave a person blinded and when there's so much going on it could lead to some serious injuries with all the pyro going off, people rushing the stage, falls...etc...
So, what do you think? Leave the camera at home or just remember the event for what it is through your own eyes?
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I completely agree with Rob on this. I actually got told to 'stop f***ing moving', by the guy behind me who was filming the show. I was in the front row of the mosh!!! What the hell? LOL. I was eight weeks pregnant with my son when Zombie came to Aus. Fucking awesome! There was no way I was missing that show and no way I was going to stop fucking moving. My bub still chills out when I put Zombie on for him.