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Old September 2nd, 2010, 09:01 PM   #1
Fun with Ultralights
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Old September 4th, 2010, 11:48 PM   #2
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very cool. I've always wanted to fly one of those. I loved the shots taken from they sky. And finally the obvious one...what's that redhead's number?!
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Cool....brought back some memories for me. Back in the early to mid 80's I worked at a factory that built ultralights and actually logged about 12 hours of airtime in them. Wasn't the greatest job in the world but was fun after work.
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Hey Chuck,

That looks like a lot of fun and a cool way to get quality aerials. How did you mount the camera in the air? Footage looked nice and smooth.
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Oh yeah, there were ultrlights in that video - I didn't notice them for a while - something else far more interesting to gaze upon.
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Hey Chuck,

That looks like a lot of fun and a cool way to get quality aerials. How did you mount the camera in the air? Footage looked nice and smooth.
Hi Liam,

I drop a bungee cord from the wing above the pilot and attach it to a piece of string that's wrapped around the lens. Provides good balance and dampens most of the vibration from the Ultralight.
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