The Japan Earthquake Seen by Millions of Digital Cameras (Updating Live)

The 9.0 magnitude earthquake hit Japan today and a zillion-strong army of Japanese digital cameras and cellphones were ready to record its effects. This is it, as seen by the digital eyes of those who have suffered the shock.

Last updated: 12 PM EST Tuesday, March 29th, 2011. Videos shown in reverse chronological order.

Clearly, if the apocalypse ever comes, it will be recorded from two billion different angles. Until that day comes, we will be publishing videos of the Japan earthquake as they come here. If you find any, post them in the comments.

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MrFluffyThing
MrFluffyThing

Probably one of the craziest things I've seen is this video clip where the tsunami was on fire, probably from catching some gasoline or oil of some sort and staying ablaze.

I think if I saw a wall of water on fire I would just give up right then.