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    A birds eye view of my field using my gopro hd

    ThiS is my new gopro hd mounted to my 20yr old "rebuilt" ugly stick. Its not edited so lots of crap that makes me wish i had a movie maker/editor. By the way, if you have one i can borrow to download for windows 7 email me.
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    The video has some waves in it, so the horizontal stab isnt moving lol!
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    RE: A birds eye view of my field using my gopro hd

    use the windows movie maker its free!

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    RE: A birds eye view of my field using my gopro hd

    I caint find it on my puter. Where do i look?
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    RE: A birds eye view of my field using my gopro hd

    download it from the microsoft website

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    RE: A birds eye view of my field using my gopro hd

    I downloaded it. Ive got win 7 but had to use the xp version. Pretty neat program.
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    RE: A birds eye view of my field using my gopro hd

    Nice video Crashland. That makes me want to get into fixed wings. It looks like fun.

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    RE: A birds eye view of my field using my gopro hd

    You cand do the same with heli's.
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    RE: A birds eye view of my field using my gopro hd

    Yes, and I do. But you can't fly as far away with helis unless you have a FPV setup. You're really limited by how well you can see the bird. With airplanes, you pretty much always know which direction you're headed. With helis, not so much.
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    RE: A birds eye view of my field using my gopro hd

    Very true. I didnt think of that.
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    RE: A birds eye view of my field using my gopro hd

    Nice job.
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    RE: A birds eye view of my field using my gopro hd

    Very nice vid. Could you post pictures of you camera installation on your plane? It is one of the most difficult things I seem to have trouble with.

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    RE: A birds eye view of my field using my gopro hd

    I used one of the self adhesived mounts it came with. I mounted it right behind the wing aimed just a bit to the right of the rudder. I ironed the covering real good & cleaned the covering area with denatured alcohol then just stuck it to it.
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    RE: A birds eye view of my field using my gopro hd

    Thanks Crashland. That's simple enough. Its intersting that it holds so good in spite of vibration and wind resistance.

    Thanks for the quick reply!
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    RE: A birds eye view of my field using my gopro hd

    Not a problem, glad to help. I did add a braided light cord to the camera and attatch it to a wing bolt just for added security though.
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    RE: A birds eye view of my field using my gopro hd

    Pretty neat program.
    It is one of the most difficult things I seem to have trouble with,too.

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