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    One Design DR-107 and a Go-Pro camera

    Borrowed my friends Go-Pro and attached it the the horizontal stab of my "new to me" One Design DR-107.

    I have about 4 hours in the airplane as of this video. I know there are many mistakes in my flying, but having a ton of fun.

    Enjoy,

    Russell



    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U0WazJogycQ
    Last edited by Hal Bryan; 12-12-2012 at 02:32 PM. Reason: Embedded video.

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    Looks good Russell , What category you gonna fly in ?
    Your gonna love the DR ....The most monowing bang for the buck out there , The more you fly it the more capable you find that it is .

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    Russell;
    That was pretty!
    Damn thing has a nice snap roll!

    Chris
    You Tube only proves that more airplanes have crashed due to Video Camaras than any other single reason...

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    Awesome! Thanks for sharing...
    Doug
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    Flying is the answer...What was the question?

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    Awesome!! I was thinking about doing the same thing with my Go-Pro.. How did you mount it on the outside of your plane?

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    Hello All,

    Planning on starting in the Sportsman category.

    I attached the camera using two #8 machine screws that hold the horizontal stab fairing on. Those two screws went through 1/2 of the tube clamp device that came with the Go-Pro. I was a little unsure if it would hold, but it is quite a lightweight assembly. Didn't move a cm. I might find a way to diagonally support it also, that would reduce some of the shaking of the camera. Ahhh another excuse to go fly!!

    Russ

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