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10-21-2009 03:56 PM  8 years agoPost 1
nojohnny101

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hey
thought i'd share guys....pretty neat stuff

i'm surprised he was able to get it stable enough with no blur

Kite Photography

Thanks
~Will-i-am~

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10-22-2009 12:00 PM  8 years agoPost 2
BigguyOz

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Your remark has me puzzled... what would cause a photo taken from a camera suspended from a kite be more likely to be blurred than from a camera attached to a helicopter with high speed moving parts?

I sometimes suspend my camera beneath a kite, and in general terms it is a very calm and gentle process. A few weeks ago, I left a kite at 300+ feet, tied off to a tap, for three hours, and it just stayed up there, gently bobbing up and down in the gusts.

You might like to investigate this very viable alternative form of AP....

Tony Stott

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10-23-2009 11:59 PM  8 years agoPost 3
Envision

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I've got a KAP setup that is really quite stable. Working on a line crawler so I can put the camera anywhere I want. Blur is never a factor, swaying and swinging is almost non existent.

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10-24-2009 04:56 AM  8 years agoPost 4
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