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Old January 19th, 2008, 08:47 PM   #31
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I agree with Allen. You did a good job following the heli with the Tripod Nate, but to me it did look a little flat. When using a Media Rig you can shoot at many different angles and move around much more which can give a little extra something to a vid. If your going to be shooting a lot of RC aircraft I would highly recommend trying one out.

Benjamin....

Here's a Nikon 3700 digi cam strapped to one of my planes....

www.rcflights.co.uk/Videos/EzAberHarbour.wmv

Mark
Cool. Glad I didn't watch that right after a big meal.
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