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    Some RC Heli footage with a 7D
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    Went and shot with a friend whos a pro mountainbiker to test out my new aerial rig, check it out!

    http://vimeo.com/12281806
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    nice vid. do you have a link to the heli and camera mount that was used on this? I'd like to check out some info on it.

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    Beautiful job man!!!
    What lens did you use, did it have IS and what was the aperture at?

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    The heli is a custom Trex 700 electric purpose built for lifting a camera with a Photoship One 2x gimbal on it. I plan on doing a video explaining more about it with some behind the scenes footage when I get a chance.

    This is the rig:



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    Quote Originally Posted by Rakesh Jacob View Post
    Beautiful job man!!!
    What lens did you use, did it have IS and what was the aperture at?
    Thanks man, it was a sigma 10-20 no IS, shot at about f11 I believe.
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    Amazing footage, especially those long overhead shots! Did you have to do much stabilization in post or does it fly smooth? I was on a shoot with an RC copter recently and the breeze knocked it around quite a bit.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Elvis Deane View Post
    Amazing footage, especially those long overhead shots! Did you have to do much stabilization in post or does it fly smooth? I was on a shoot with an RC copter recently and the breeze knocked it around quite a bit.
    I ran smoothcam on all the aerial shots although most of them were fine without it.

    Yeah, wind can be a real pain!
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    Nice. Great work. What shutter speed?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian-T View Post
    Nice. Great work. What shutter speed?
    1/125 since I was shooting 60p
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    Yeah thanks. I know some folks like to crank it way up which usually leaves a stacato effect. But yours was very smooth.


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