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Photography using various platforms for entertainment & fun. Use of our content is free as long as a credit is given.

 

What we use...

TBS Caipirinha
Kite Cam

We have added to our fleet a framed kite offering us the ability to take beautiful high resolution still images even in high wind.

Our kite can lift a GoPro camera and take fantastic quality images of fixed ground objects.

Adding the kite to our fleet allows us to diversify our photography equipment enableing use to get better shots.

It's fun too, who does'nt love a kite?

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Tricopter

Our tricopter is based on David Windestål's design. We are using 10x4.7 props on DT750 motors, 18a ESC, KK2 control board & a 3700mah 3s LiPo. We shoot all aerial shots with a GoPro camera.

We also have a Tarot 2d brushless gimbal attached to the tricopter allowing us to film ultra stable video when coupled with the smooth flying characteristics of the tricopter. Many of our best videos have been filmed using this ariframe.

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Helium Balloons

We have recently been using a new, exciting and simple way to lift our tiny cameras. Balloons!

We have been using helium filled balloons to lift our tiny GoPro cameras allowing us to capture beautiful still images.

Why, you ask? Becuase it's just easier and offers a nice relaxed way to get a nice camera angle.

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Pentax K30 Digital SLR

We have been using a fantastic digital SLR camera from Pentax. The K30 offers great picture quality. The Pentax is our go-to SLR and has proved to be both reliable and durable whenever we have used it.

It features a water resistant design allowing us to continue to take photographs even when the weather is not so great.

We use this camera for all of our ground shots. Visit our Flickr gallery to see the images.

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