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WORKING ON SOME CAMERA ANGLES

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  • Tom  Tabbert
    by Tom Tabbert 5 years ago
    Neat ideas for angles. The shot from 6 and 4 o'clock are really neat! I know a lot of work went into this vid. Thanks.
  • tom speirs
    by tom speirs 5 years ago
    I've got a few more angles to check out ....keep you posted
  • tom speirs
    by tom speirs 5 years ago
    Need feedback
  • Captain X
    by Captain X 5 years ago
    Cool eyeball decals on your wing-- where'd you get them?
    I like the direct front back view on the ground, but did not like the straight down between the rear wheels view except when the shadow was coming off the runway and some brief other shots-- some give the effect that you're going for the moon-- cool.
    The straight rear view is nice except for the prop effect too dominant in mid screen-- apparently, contour makes a camera specifically designed for airplanes to remove the prop effect-- which brings up the point there may be a software effect somewhere to eliminate that. The Right side / base tube view is nice. The shot from the Right outboard trailing edge is a cool one- maybe angle up slightly more to grab a hair more trike and wing?
    Off the right wing tip is great. Many of your views are right-side dominant.
    The 4 O'clock looking forward position on final was very a very cool view-- felt almost exactly like being in the pilot seat.
    As Tom said, a LOT of work went into this vid-- Thanks!!!
  • tom speirs
    by tom speirs 5 years ago
    Thanks David I was wondering about the downward shot maybe pOinting forward would work better all mounts are a work in progress(lots of duck tape)wondering what causes the screen to wooble at certain rpm ? Still got a few ideas on mounts points to work out Tom
  • tom speirs
    by tom speirs 4 years ago
    Selling my gopros 1 hero 2 hero2
  • monty stone
    by monty stone 4 years ago
    david o, i confess!, i painted the eyeballs to cover a coupla patches i glued on to cover minor 'packing' damage. they scare the wazoo outa rabbits. i only had household paint and colors, so didn't add veins etc.tom's flying the 'piss' outa my old 12.9 with great camera shots.
  • Glade Montgomery
    by Glade Montgomery 4 years ago
    Great Vid. Thanks. Man, how many cameras did you have simultaneously mounted?
  • tom speirs
    by tom speirs 4 years ago
    I have 3gopros and one Panasonic hd cam I think I have about 12 different mounting points been working on a fly behind buy wield stuff happens at speeds above 60 mph .This was three flights on a beautiful day in colorado
  • Robert Sumner
    by Robert Sumner 4 years ago
    Cool video man. Where did you get the rear disc brakes and windshield? I've got a Cosmos as well..
    Thanks
  • tom speirs
    by tom speirs 4 years ago
    The disc brake came with the trike the windshield is for a BMW from a company on California who also make aircraft windscreens called ceebailey.com I can't remember the model but it looks like it was for a Dakar the tallest one hope this helps
  • Robert Sumner
    by Robert Sumner 4 years ago
    Thanks for the info. I'll have to check on them...
  • Chris Steller
    by Chris Steller 4 years ago
    I think everything is fantastic. The wing tip extensions provide a great perspective. During some points in the video, it's almost as if you have a secondary trike taking shots from off your wing tips. I have much to learn from you Mr Speirs... Thank you for your efforts!
  • tom speirs
    by tom speirs 4 years ago
    Look at 650GS on ceebailey.com
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