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It's a good question and the answer is pretty non-intuitive.
When I first started doing high speed projectile photography I spent a lot of time fastening things down for exactly the reason you mentioned. However at some point I figured out it did not matter.
The pellet is so fast that it is through the target (in most cases) before the target can really react. So in this case the cigarettes were just put into shallow holes drilled into the wood.
It's kind of like the old pulling the tablecloth trick. the cloth moves fast enough that the inertia of the dishes and cups keep them in place.
Hope this makes sense.
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Putting things in a row is an old high speed tradition. I got the idea to light the cigarettes in stages.
I was amazed that I got it in the first try.
Snuffed by alan sailer
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