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07-17-2006 06:38 PM  14 years ago
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NitroSpazzz

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First images from Red Cedar Aerial Photography Helicam
Got all the bugs out and had the first flight with the camera gear onboard. Equipment is Bergen EB with the G26, NHP 800mm blades, Airfoil M1 Carbon, Canon Rebel XT with 18-55 lens (upgrading SOON). I doubt I went over 50 feet on this flight but it was windy as heck and I am not completely comfortable flying it yet. Here are two of the better photos from the flight, I think I took 30-40 shots total.

These were taken at the local skatepark, one of the park and one of the big sprinkler they set up.

Skate Park, all the kids were busy watching me fly so I couldn't get any action shots.

One heck of a sprinkler Its been really dry around here.

Thanks all those that helped me get this far.
Blake
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07-17-2006 07:03 PM  14 years ago
R Hudson

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CONGRATS!!!!

Great to see you with a successful flying setup and posting pics.

Too bad things are so freakin' dry around the Midwest lately.

So many lawns look so bad that it's hard to imagine them ever looking good again.

Anyway, great job and keep it up!

Rod
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07-17-2006 07:06 PM  14 years ago
NitroSpazzz

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Rod noticed your in Madison, you coming to the SWARM funfly this weekend? It was great last year and I plan to do a lot of AP flying while down there.Blake
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07-17-2006 07:11 PM  14 years ago
aambrose

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Nice job! Congrats!

Between the dry weather and the stinkin' Japanese beetles, things look pretty nasty in some parts.

Tony
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07-17-2006 07:23 PM  14 years ago
CoastalTom

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Congrats Nitro!

Feels good when you get all the systems working at the same time doesn't it?

It only gets more addictive now!
Tommy Patterson - Gulf Coast Aerials
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07-17-2006 07:31 PM  14 years ago
R Hudson

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Nitro, I've been so out of it lately that I didn't even know about SWARM.

Funny thing is, it's my brother's 40th birthday on Saturday, so I'll actually be in Milwaukee this weekend.

I may just have to figure out a way to get there on Sunday for a while. I've got nothing flying right now (Logo 10 is being revised), but it would be cool to go anyway.

Rod
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07-17-2006 07:36 PM  14 years ago
NitroSpazzz

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Here is some info on SWARM http://www.runryder.com/t269642p1/

I got a twitchy raptor I could pry let you fly if you wanted. Would be nice to talk with a fellow Ap'er
Blake
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