Capacitor bank troubles
I have wired 5 capacitors from disposable cameras in parallel and reattached them correctly to the charging circuit of one of the cameras. They charge as usual, but using my multimeter I find it only charges to about 330 volts. Also, when I touch the two ends of the wires I have hanging off to shock things are touched to a piece of metal, the spark doesn't appear to be louder, brighter, or any more intense. I have included a diagram, so please tell me if there is something I am missing. My goal is to create either a coil gun, or a "flash plate" where I have about 30 camera flash bulbs on a breadboard all linked to a very large capacitor bank to try to get an almost violent flash able to be seen for miles. So far I haven't even been able to light up a flashbulb that I have hooked up to the capacitor bank.
Here is the setup: