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Wing Strut Camera Test2 with Audio Sync Test1

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Published on Mar 11, 2012

I was testing a camera mount on the left strut of a Cessna 172 that I want to use when we go flying with Egly Flying Knights. For those that don't know, the Egly Flying Knights are a group of 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders that I teach to fly using two computer simulators, FSX and IL-2 Sturmovik. At the end of the school year I take the top students and give them an opportunity to apply in the real world what they have learned in the classroom. The camera I'm using is a Kodak PlaySport ZX3. Mr. Bob Denton and I tested it for the second time after adding a tilt function and making it remote controlled using two $10 radio control cars from Walmart. The date was January 28, 2012. I took off from runway 13 at KPIL or Cameron County Airport and I asked Mr. Denton fly east over the Laguna Madre towards South Padre Island. Then we turned west and headed back to KBRO (Brownsville) along the ship channel at our left and I landed on runway 35. Apart from the takeoffs and landings, Mr. Denton did most of the flying while I messed with the camera. When I returned home, put the video and the audio I recorded with a $20 digital voice recorder I found on Ebay together using Windows Movie Maker to make it seem like the camera recorded the audio. This was the first time I've done this but I think it worked out pretty well. Thank you for watching my video and reading this stuff.

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