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Old 03-27-2012, 08:33 PM
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Default 2 Ship Breakfast Formation

My wife gave me a Drift HD170 Steath camera for Christmas this year. The weather has been excellent for flying this winter so I have been experimenting with mounting locations, editing, etc.

My favorite so far is to attach the camera to the tie down location under the right wing. I am still working on other locations and attachment methods, here is the latest experiment. The video was shot on an early morning 2-ship formation enroute to breakfast from KBUU to KRYV, Taco is flying lead. Check out the shadows from the formation take-off.

Caution, if you can't handle Ted Nugent I recommend you turn your speakers off.

Other examples can be found here;
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Old 03-27-2012, 08:47 PM
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Always fun to watch these.
Thanks for the rage of jealousy and the eye twitch since my RV isn't done yet.
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