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Gearing up for Oshkosh 2012

Posted on May 14, 2012 by 5 | 0 comments
Even though Oshkosh 2012 is still a few months away, we're already gearing up for the big event! The Nflightcam Team will be there and we can't wait to see everyone. One of our camera users will be coming to Oshkosh from quite a distance. New Zealand to be exact! His plane has already started its journey towards Wisconsin. He shared this awesome video of the dismantling process. We're looking forward to seeing more footage from your trip, George!       Anyone else getting excited for Oshkosh? We'd love to see you if you're coming!

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Patrick's First Helicopter Flight Lesson

Posted on March 13, 2012 by 5 | 0 comments
This week we're in Kauai, partnering with Mauna Loa Helicopters and doing a little helicopter training, too. In between setting up Nflightcams on their helicopters, Patrick has been taking flight lessons. I have to admit, I'm really enjoying the fact that Patrick is the student now. Perhaps he'll have a little more compassion on my struggles to learn how to land? Probably not. We have a short clip for you to see today. They didn't leave the airport during this first lesson, but we should have some amazing views to show you soon.

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Partnering with Greg Miller and Big Rocks, Long Props

Posted on January 20, 2012 by 5 | 0 comments


Have you heard of Big Rocks & Long Props, a video series by Greg Miller and Bent Prop Productions? If you haven't, you've got to take a few minutes and check out the photos and videos!  I have been a huge fan for years (just ask my wife!) and so I'm excited to tell you that Nflighcam is going to be partnering with Bent Prop Productions on their next video series. This week I've been frantically packing my gear to head out on a 10 day excursion with Greg Miller. I knew I would need to fit lots of camera and camping gear into a small space so it's taking a little strategy. I will be posting about how we are mounting and using the cameras through out the trip so stay tuned for some epic back-country flying.    

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