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Video & Still Cameras, Inexpensive

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sc acro2

Oct 22, 2008
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Hi guys,
Like to share with you a Video/Still camera find.
If I'm not working with ignition systems, I'm out flying or trying something new. I ran across fairly inexpensive compact SD video cameras. Made by GoPro. Over all they do a fairly nice job on video & stills. The cameras I used are the wide-angle 170-degree GoPro Hero. I mounted one on the Vertical Stab @ the AN4 bolt landing wire tab, also @ the cabane & Left I-Strut. They were exposed to 200+ and 5.5g’s. I post some video and stills @ YouTube and Flickr, the movies were edited with Sony platinum 9 video software. I have really enjoyed them and the people I have given rides to get a real kick out of the videos and also being able to share there experience with there friends. Here are links to some of my shoots.

GoPro: http://www.goprocamera.com/
Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos
YouTube: http://www.youtube.com

Thomas Shpakow

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