Felix Baumgartner's record setting 22.7 mile skydive has been hyped about and promoted to the point we just wished he'd jump already. Take a look at all the wonderful camera gear that's ready to document his free fall. And by the way, 22.7 miles up high in the sky is pretty damn high.
Onboard the capsule that will take Baumgartner to the edge of space are 15 cameras to document his initial leap and descent until cameras on the ground are able to spot him. There's also compact hi-def equipment, and the stunt will be captured with RED's 4K digital cinema cameras which require custom made pressurized and temperature controlled housings to keep them in good operating conditions at the height of which he is jumping off.