Discussion in 'Other' started by UPscaler, Jul 31, 2011.
Wow! How close was he standing? What lens was he using?
Hi let's see that picture was taken with a Gopro on a tripod a few feet away. But I do take a lot of other pics at launches and I usually shoot with the Cannon 1DX markii with the 100-400 cannon 4.6 lens Markii. Here is the link for most of the pictures and videos I've taken most are taken with the cannon camera. I plan to go to Airfest this year and using the cannon 400mm 2.8 lens with a 2X adapter.
sorry for some duplicates in the google drive
AT 75mm L1040DM, AT/CTI crossload, lot's a fire, smoke, sparks and loud noise...pushed this 35lb rocket to a peak altitude of 4,760'.
Another iPhone video frame grab with Estes on APCP:
Star Orbiter on Aerotech F26FJ
Bt-55 rocket flying on the G-54-12
My Tomach on it's 8th flight, second time on this awesome reload, Loki K-830 Spitfire. Picture taken @ URRF 3 by Riley Keller
Five engine cluster Saturn - V (the Estes K-36 kit, but extensively modified) launched in July 2009 at the Apollo - 11 40th Anniversary Launch in Needville, TX.
A few recent shots:
AT M1845 New Thunder:
CTI M1790 Skidmark (oddly enough not very sparky):
Loki N5500 Blue:
Two EX Hybrids:
CTI N2850 Blue:
Also a few shots from LDRS:
Punisher drag race:
AT M1500 (TRF'er Wayco's Darkstar Extreme):
CTI L640 in my MAC Rayzor (unfortunately didn't survive):
CTI M3700 in Watermelonman's Punisher 4 (awesome flight):
This is one of my favorites from a recent launch.
There are more photos from the IREC competition posted on my facebook page
On board with my Estes Ventris
Shots (of my rockets) from last weekend's URRG launch:
Shots of other peoples' rockets from last weekend's URRG launch:
Flying my daughters Green Guy at the park.
Two of my favorites from a recent launch-First my J430 and then an awesome K590 by a fellow flyer. I upgraded to a Canon 7D and am very happy with the results!
Here is an old photo
Its a 4 inch diameter 4 fin Black Brant 2 flown at Whitakers NC back in 23 Oct 2005 on a K1275 Redline
altitude was 5480 feet
Photo was taken by Mr Dave Morey
Tower launched 24mm diameter rocket powered by a Aerotech D21. Altitude topped out at just over 2400 feet at 560mph. Even with a 6'x3" reflective streamer, lots of tracking powder and two spotters we spent the better part of an hour on the recovery.
Lunchtime launching near Huntsville's Research Park.
Monza (Estes Amazon), Redcross II (Crossfire), SAM (BT-60 Patriot)
And my old University Rocket club's 2016 IREC competition Entry "Spacebound"
4" fiberglass with a 10 lb payload to 10,640 ft on an Aerotech M1297.
I got a nice picture from My old team's 2016 IREC launch too!
Black Brant II on three P motors
Wow how high did it go and how big is that rocket
18,000' in altitude, speed Mach 1+
30' tall, 18" diameter
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Big Bad Burt on a G53FJ. SARG launch, 1/28/17.
A couple from a recent-ish launch I attended! It's been a while! I'm shooting with a much nicer camera these days :wink:
Here's a few a friend took.
I can't see the pic (Photobucket).
Aside- CTI G54RL Longburn? If so, I may or may not have one of those in my near future... Can't beat 159 Ns on a MPR motor, and a longburn at that!
Half-scale Apache on an M1770 Skidmark
I was pretty busy on Saturday so I didn't t take too many pictures. These two were the best of the day. John Max Venable's MadCow Mad Dog on a K550 to 5800 ft. at Tripoli Central California's October Skies launch.
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