Curiosity and a sense of adventure led Amelia Earhart to recreate her namesake’s famous round-the-world flight. Hear why the cockpit is her favorite place to be every day.
On the weekend of March 27th through the 28th, 2010 N.A.S. Kingsville hosted Wings over South Texas featuring the world famous Blue Angels. Traveling with the Blues is their supply transport C130 fondly
referred to as “FAT ALBERT”. Myself, along with a small group were lucky enough to hitch a ride. I was able to mount several cameras in the plane, One in the cockpit and another in the cargo area, along with one on the ground. The following short video is a chronicle of this once in a lifetime trip. The Video was shot using a Panasonic HPX 300 using the AVC Intra 50 codec
In case you missed it! Last year, a team of German pilots from the
Mountain Wave Project and researchers from #DLR flew to the summit of Mount Everest in a motorised glider taking with them the Modular Airborne Camera System (MACS). This innovative camera system has been designed to provide the data required to produce a remarkably detailed 3D model of the Nepalese Everest region.