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The Slow Stick camera set up (from+the+sky vehicles ). Photo by WeatherDrone
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The Slow Stick camera set up

Uploaded by: WeatherDrone

Sunday March 24, 2013

St. Ignatius, MT

Caption: Here's a shot of the plane's photo setup. Heavy duty landing gear for taking off and landing in rugged terrain, and a mount that lets it haul a Nikon S550 (or other small camera). The camera has a servo glued to the front that activates the shutter by a flick of the switch on a transmitter.

Software: Picasa

Compression: JPEG compression

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Resolution Unit: Inch

Exif Version: Exif Version 2.2

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3. realitylover
12:57 AM GMT on April 03, 2013
Fantabulous ! ! !
I never realized how to actually trip the shutter. Thanks for posting all of these shots. It looks like such fun.
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2. WigglesMom
4:40 PM GMT on March 25, 2013
This is truly amazing, inspired and sure to bring us WunderPhotogs many more special photos! Thank you so much! - Julie in Ohio
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1. luvne32
12:06 PM GMT on March 25, 2013
I am looking forward to more aerial photos as the seasons change. Show us more of the Big Sky State!
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We live in Western Montana and have a passion for photography from a different perspective as well as the technical challenge of building RC planes and other unmanned aircraft capable of capture unique images as well as other data. The word "drone" has gotten a bad rap as of late, and we'd like to turn that around... our WeatherDrone is a useful and friendly tool to help look at weather and environmental conditions from a bird's eye view.

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