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09-09-2006 03:48 AM  14 years ago
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videostuff

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A video camera for Dakine
This is for everyone but I thought Tony would like this for the 720p and 1080i parameters.

http://www.red.com

This camera is called Red. It was created by the inventor of the oakley sunglasses. It seems to be the next generation of of HD and is being spoken about in many circles.

Perhaps a mounting platform could be built around it for aerials...

Good times,

Michael
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09-09-2006 03:56 AM  14 years ago
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nice if you can lift that much equipment with a gasser
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09-09-2006 04:12 AM  14 years ago
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DJ,

Isn't that a WICKED camera! I've heard from folks this is a real start for near 35mm quality on a budget.

Andres. I'm pretty sure this could be lifted with a buff gasser.

Michael
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09-09-2006 04:26 AM  14 years ago
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This is something i have been wondering about
It seems we have the sensor technology to rival 35mm
The rebel XT has a 8mp sensor. Why not use that sensor to make a movie camera ? Such sensors have been around for a few years.
I believe the problem is handling the data. Average jpeg files from the 8mp sensor are 4meg. Raw would be much more.
So at 24 frames per sec that amlost 1 gig a second of data. A huge amount !. I dont know of any affordable sytem/media that can record that. I wonder how this "Red" handles it ? I see the smallest flash memory they mention is 32 gig. Yikes !.
They mention RAID arrays several times. I guess that means you have to lug a box full of hradrives around with it.
No price on that site ? you know what they say, if you have to ask...

Greg
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09-09-2006 04:30 AM  14 years ago
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yeah maybe the yamaha r max or a robinson R22


the body is 7 lbs only


you need a lens

the power supply and misc asseccories


now add the gyro and the mount to carry the great technological piece of equipment
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09-09-2006 04:34 AM  14 years ago
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WOW....WOW!

That is a bad a$$ camera! At $17,500, it's within my budget. And, at 7lbs., it's within my specs with the gasser. I knew there was a good reason why I got another GSR. And, there's plenty more pounds I've got to spare (I would never say this to my wife ).

Maybe I just need a little mod on my Pro 1 to be able to lift this.

Thanks for the info Michael.

Holy chit man, that is one bad a$$ camera!
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09-09-2006 04:38 AM  14 years ago
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Tony,

I thought you might like this one. There is a waiting list but they will put you on it for a 1k deposit. Seems pretty reasonable for the man who has everything. Glad you like it.

Andres,

I'm pretty sure is something that could be lifted. We've lifted a camera, mount, downlink, batteries etc. that was weighing in at a little over 14lbs. Been there done that.

Michael
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09-09-2006 04:41 AM  14 years ago
gjestico

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Hey Tony ! when you buy that bad boy dont forget to send your old castoffs my way hehe. anyone got a HVX200 ?.......
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09-09-2006 04:46 AM  14 years ago
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gjestico,

You missed my garage sale!

I sold my HVX200 with four 8GB P2 cards for $4,000. All unopened box. Sorry

Michael,

I don't have everything! I told my wife yesterday, before I die, I would like to earn a pilot's license. DJ has got what I want....to be able to fly full scale.
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09-09-2006 04:51 AM  14 years ago
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sold my HVX200 with four 8GB P2 cards for $4,000. All unopened box.
Im going to fall on my sword now.
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09-09-2006 05:41 AM  14 years ago
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I don't have everything! I told my wife yesterday, before I die, I would like to earn a pilot's license. DJ has got what I want....to be able to fly full scale.
well tony you're in luck.... the 5th unmentioned force acting on all aircraft is infact money
and on that note you should buy a da40 the most practical plane i've flown and what an amazing ifr platform it is!

and along with the plane you gotta buy a runway too and don't forget you'll be flying so much you may as well put your house next to your hangar!
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sold my HVX200 with four 8GB P2 cards for $4,000. All unopened box.
how much do the p2 cards cost? and further more where was this sale of the camera! i need to keep a closer eye on where it is.
ian brooke
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09-09-2006 06:37 AM  14 years ago
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how much do the p2 cards cost?
At the time, new was around $1,400 each. That's $1,400 x 4 = $5,600 just on the memory cards alone. The HVX200 was around $4,800 new. Sold all for $4,000. I think I'm going to fall on 'my' sword now

$hit, it didn't help my convincing the wife on flying fullscale since we had a recent helicopter crash here. I think the idiot got too low (100' and got tangled with power lines.
Sorry bud, but the GSR ain't gonna cut it. 7lb is just the body. no lens or battery.
Alright then, RMAX it is!
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09-09-2006 08:39 AM  14 years ago
fitenfyr

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DJ has got what I want....to be able to fly full scale.
You come up this way I will take you for a ride also.
We can go up on one of our more "lovely" days and shoot ILS approaches to minimums like I did yesterday.
Forgot the camera or I would have had some STUNNING shots skimming along the cloud tops at 2000'.
Jason Stiffey
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09-09-2006 01:34 PM  14 years ago
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just get the coperworks heli. I saw it in action a few weeks ago. it's a tank, can support 25lbs, fly for an hour. It's the airframe nri uses.Rhett..... I can't fly, but the Profi sure can.
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09-09-2006 05:03 PM  14 years ago
fitenfyr

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Hey I will take you up on that offer.
I had to shoot my low approach the other day at 120 does that count?
Jason Stiffey
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09-09-2006 05:08 PM  14 years ago
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Shooting an ILS at 70 knots is nothing,try it at 130 knots.
Yeah, but can you hold a camera, focus and take a shot, drink a cup of coffee, order a pizza, scratch your left ear... while you break out at minimums on the ILS without a missed approach at 130kts?
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09-09-2006 05:11 PM  14 years ago
fitenfyr

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Hmmm.....
I think I could scratch my ear, and maybe catch that drink of coffee, but only while the Autopilot is on.
Ahhh technology isn't it great when you can be flying a 172 with full IFR GPS and a 3 axis coupled auto pilot.
All for 116.00 an hour.
Jason Stiffey
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09-09-2006 05:53 PM  14 years ago
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The newer planes are nice! I remember doing NDB approaches, but at $50 an hour on the 172...of course it came with the usual old stains and smells..no leather and glass cockpit!

Tony, I'll trade you my certificate for some of your toys!

-Tip
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09-09-2006 11:47 PM  14 years ago
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Come on up here to Alaska and go for a ride where you have scenery to look at! I fly my Mustang II to work most every week, and its beutiful!!
IFR, whats IFR? I Follow Road (or River)?
On that subject, does anyone know where I can get a video camera that has a remote mount lens? I looked at the one Best Buy has, but the remote lens is a fixed focal length wide angle. I am working on a video of flying up the Beluga river, awsome flight, 20 feet and 200 mph!
Pat
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09-10-2006 12:59 AM  14 years ago
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Hey, I'm coming up there in October to visit relatives (Anchorage and Eagle River). I'll take a ride in a Mustang II (not the car...right?)

-Tip
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