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Kewl! Was wondering how dense the smoke was on those 'Black Bear' loads..Now I know! Will have to fly one next launch..Got a Scalded Tiger load this last weekend(name just piqued my curiosity) but never got a chance to fly it..

Cool video Sue! :cool:
 
very nice!! no roll at all - great job building & flying! love it.
 
Arrow straight....unbelievable. Not like I'm going to run out and buy a camera but what was the onboard shot with. That is the most stable and best clarity I've seen yet.
 
Yah, no kiddin', tough to find an in flight movie that doesn't make you dizzy. Nice job Doc!

Some type of secret squirrel physics or just lucky?
 
I can't see it. Tried about a dozen times at home at at work, even downloaded updates to my player, still... nothing. Oh well...
 
I can't see it. Tried about a dozen times at home at at work, even downloaded updates to my player, still... nothing. Oh well...

Opens right up with Windows Media Player on my end. Which is cool because if it was a .MOV , I'd hafta restart my computer AND my can opener...
 
I am also interested in the video camera used. On-board video is a future project I would like do.
 
Thanks for the compliments guys,
but I just happened to get lucky...

That Camcorder is a 3 year old Aiptek DV3100
running at its best/highest resolution. Compared to what is in the market today it is a rather jurassic piece of equipment but you can pick them up
really cheap off the ebay most of the time.

I did pick up an SVP T400 HiDef camcorder that I've been playing with
recently and one of these days it'll find its way to be the replacement
for my old Aipteks. The difference is like a night and day...

Just need to find the time....

Glad ya'll liked that little clip !
 
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