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Old 01-08-2004, 04:57 AM
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Here is a GWS TM viewed from pilots view point. Video demonstrates remote camera movement and engine sound. Flying off snow with 1/2" of frozen rain on top of it. Video is 1.5 meg. Sorry about the quality, this was my first try using a transmitter. I have some really cool stuff to show over the next few weeks including much better quality.

http://w1.rob.com/matt/rc/TM_test_1.5meg.wmv

if that link is broken try:

http://www.rob.com/matt/rc/TM_test_1.5meg.wmv

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Old 01-08-2004, 08:08 PM
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Default RE: Pilots eye view from tiger moth

Very nice!
Got any pics of the installation?
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Here is a GWS TM viewed from pilots view point. Video demonstrates remote camera movement and engine sound. Flying off snow with 1/2" of frozen rain on top of it. Video is 1.5 meg. Sorry about the quality, this was my first try using a transmitter. I have some really cool stuff to show over the next few weeks including much better quality.

http://w1.rob.com/matt/rc/TM_test_1.5meg.wmv

if that link is broken try:

http://www.rob.com/matt/rc/TM_test_1.5meg.wmv

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Old 01-08-2004, 08:21 PM
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Default RE: Pilots eye view from tiger moth

Thats pretty good!

I like the engine cutting off.

Looks like you have the cameras pan linkage hooked to the rudder???
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Old 01-09-2004, 12:57 AM
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Camera is on its own channel 4. So I do use the rudder stick its just not linked to it since the TM is 3 ch bird.
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you should split the rudder channel with the camera servo, so when the plane goes left, the camera turns left, and vice versa
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