Alaska in the Fall

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Fantastic Day, 26F in the am, had to wait til the ice melted off the wings and windshield to get going!

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Healey,

Its already getting down to 26f in Alaska???

Beautiful shot BTW! What kind of camera and lens?

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Joe
I have installed the new GOPRO black edition on the strut, I can control with my Iphone for movies and stills

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Very nice, will have to look into this.

Are you using the standard lens or a "fisheye" version?

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That Alaskan scenery is just something else!

Fred, how did you mount the camera to the strut? Could you maybe post a picture of the installation? I experimented with a GoPro on the wing strut for videos, too, but get too much vibration, resulting in a "wobbling" picture. Looking for a quick, dependable type of attachment that lets me sleep well – BEFORE the flight :wink: – knowing the camera simply cannot fall off.

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I just use the Gopro seatpost mount

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Clever!
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:)

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Very nice, Fred!

N1132H's shadow in the trees looks neat. :D

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Healy wrote:Image
Howdy, are the big tires a field approval? What kind? David

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The tires are Alaska Bushwheel 31"
Approved equipment

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Beauuuuuuutiful! :D
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What Matt said Fred, beautiful.
I really enjoy the pictures you choose to share from time to time. Please continue.
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