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Posted by on Oct 7, 2018

Interactive Photo Panoramas

Interactive Photo Panoramas

Just a quick post to introduce a new page here at aerocam central… Presenting the Panoramas… Just the 4 so far but many more on the way soon hopefully… Fully interactive, you can drag and roll the middle wheel to zoom. Don’t forget to full-screen for maximum resolution. Aero...

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Posted by on Oct 4, 2018

Heath Lake South

Heath Lake South

Back from the brink… It’s good to be back on ‘Heath fly-site No.2 – I’ve been back here before since my return to the hobby, but we had video problems last time so I never published anything on that session. Indeed, there has been an unexpected gap in the flyings for about a month, because I had to send my camera back to Yuneec, and there was a lot of to and fro about what might or might not be wrong with it. They think there is nothing wrong, yet it continues to exhibit the ‘dimming flash’ problems in all 4K modes except one. Fortunately we have discovered that recording in a RAW colour profile seems to minimize the problem to the point where it is barely noticeable, so that’s something. Investigations continue as to why that’s not the case in any other colour mode at 4K. Spin Crazy     Since I have my camera back I have found some time to explore a very new exciting feature...

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Posted by on Oct 4, 2018

West Meon Valley

West Meon Valley

The best -laid plans… It was a perfect Saturday afternoon – minimal wind, lots of bright sun, and I was out on a flying mission, having been told by a friend about how excellent Old Winchester Hill was. It sounded like the perfect place to fly ! Imagine my disappointment when I got there, having driven for about an hour, only to discover their ‘No Drones’ signs. Very disappointing that once again the most picturesque areas of the countryside are off-limits to the people best equipped to promote them. I didn’t contribute to their parking fund, and left to see what the landscape was like a mile down the road from their nature reserve. Not as good as it turns out ! Found an empty field with a public footpath in it, but there was nothing interesting on the ground, so we had to get up nice and high to see the aerial goodness. Unfortunately OWH was largely obscured by its perimeter hills, but you can’t win ’em all…...

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