Out of Sleight

DVD or download by Cameron Francis ($29.95)

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Sometimes you want some go to magic which is easy to do but doesn't sacrifice the sense of real magic.  Cameron Francis has come up with ten full routines which require no sleight of hand and do just that! 

Employing both ingenious construction and the cleverest of devious methods, the material in 'Out Of Sleight' requires no sleight of hand skills, yet is utterly fooling. Using just some playing cards, a pen, and a few business cards these ten routines will arm you with miracles! And with no worries about complicated sleight of hand, you can just concentrate on presenting your magic like a rockstar.

Cameron Francis, your genial host, will not only train you up on the required handling for each routine, he will also share valuable performance advice and show you how to improve your magic.

Featuring:

  • Out Of This Packet 
  • Either/Or 
  • Coat 
  • Sleightless Sightless 
  • Creation 
  • Find The Kings 
  • Humming Words 
  • Gemini Annihilator 
  • Coupling 
  • Date Fate


Brilliant card plots from a brilliant creator! Hard to believe these effects are self working!Dave Forrest
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Customer reviews for Out of Sleight

Hugh Palmer

I really like the work Cameron Francis has done so I'm jumping on this pre-order. That business card item with the drawings looks really interesting!

 

Official review from MAGIC Magazine

From the July 2015 MAGIC Magazine. Reviewed by John Wilson

The usual problem with self-working card tricks is procedure. Oftentimes they can seem tedious, but that is rarely the case with this collection. In most of the routines, Francis has done an excellent job of minimizing the procedure and keeping things interesting. Magicians who are looking for solid card material will find some interesting ideas here that will allow them to focus less on moves and more on presentation.