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Cool Camera for a tenner

little camera, looks like you can stick it on your plane

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Tiny flyer23/05/2011 22:52:40
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just bought one of these little things, going to use on my syko plane the vid looks good quality too

Edited By Biggles' Elder Brother - Moderator on 23/05/2011 23:36:27

Tiny flyer23/05/2011 23:31:17
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How would you people go about sticking it on, duct tape or something?
Biggles' Elder Brother - Moderator23/05/2011 23:38:24
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Hi TF - can you read this please before posting any further links in posts.
John Privett24/05/2011 00:26:11
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TF - quite a lot of us have these cameras, there's probably several threads about them if you have a dig around. And a very useful site with loads of info on these cameras is Chuck Lohr's site.
I got my camera about a year ago for just under £8.50, I've seen reports of them going for £6 or £7 these days. There's also a new version that works in HD - though that one sells for around £25. Still amazing value for what you get!
I've flown mine on a glider, just attaching it with a few elastic bands.

birdy24/05/2011 11:48:44
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They're not in stock at the moment but....
Tiny flyer24/05/2011 14:48:22
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they are in stock still ive just checked
birdy24/05/2011 16:11:31
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Sorry I meant the site on my link was out of stock.
ericrw24/05/2011 16:27:49
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Don't just rely on Duct tape or Velcro. Attach it with Catgut, fixed to the model. Eric.
Tiny flyer24/05/2011 16:38:09
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No worries, to anyone wanting a camera i can honestly reccomend them, had it in my car today, even through my windscreen the quality is good
BB24/05/2011 17:30:05
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I use these often. They are suseptable to vibration on i.c. models. Leccy planes suffer less vibration issues.
Normally attached with hook&loop (velcro) then tapped down with insulation tape. Tied to the plane with some fishing line, in the event it comes off the plane, the camera isn't then lost.
The mic is quite sensitive and I sometimes use them just for the sound recording. Photos ain't bad either. Highly recommend this little unit.
Biggles' Elder Brother - Moderator24/05/2011 19:03:27
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Yeap, same as BB, I use double sided velcro and a loose tie on "just in case"!
Mine wont actually work on an IC plane at all - I think the vibration cuases some problem either with the memory card or battery connection. Works well on electric powered models though.

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