When filming video, especially at a hardcore punk show, a good tip is to always make sure the camera is attached to your body. OR this can happen...ouch.
That sound you hear at the end, right after that guy crashes into me, is the 60D landing on it's Sigma lens. I was able to pick the camera up and restart the recording.
The lens lost a small piece on front but appears to still be intact and working. The camera, from everything I can tell also might have survived the fall. I won't know until I put it through it's paces on another video shoot but if I comes out of this with no damage I will be thoroughly impressed with both Canon and Sigma for their durability.
This is what I get for trying to do too much. My second camera man couldn't make it so I was shooting two cams with two hands. The T2i was strapped to my body, unfortunately the 60D was not.
At least I was in the mix trying to get the shot. My camera and this video now has more cred as punk video lol.
Shot at the Rock and Roll Hotel in Washington D.C. on 05/26/2012 at the Spitfires United show.