Aptly dubbed the Motorcrane Murcie, this Sant'Agata Bolognese toy now accommodates the kind of filming hardware that costs as much as a car.
And yes, the V12 supercar does pack a widebody supplied by the said Japanese aftermarket label - by the way, this is the same company that put a widebody kit on a Miura.
The Italian exotic comes in near-perfect form for the job, since it's black. Nevertheless, a matte finish would've taken the let's-minimize-reflections game even further, but this is definitely not a complain.
Yes, the Murcie does require a bit of effort from the one behind the wheel, repaying him or her with an uber-immersive experience. But if Daigo Saito can drift such a Lamborghini, a well-trained driver can use it to capture other machines on camera.
Then again, this is not the first time somebody has strapped a moving camera to a Lamborghini. For one thing, we have the Huracam (see what they did there), which has been keeping social media busy for quite some time now. However, it looks like the Huracam offers a more reliable filming setup compared to the Motorcrane Murcie. Then again, that toy only comes with a V10...
PS: If you happen to be in a hurry, the images in the gallery above, along with the Instagram posts below, should do the trick. if, however, you're willing to go the extra