The RC helicopter that seemingly would not die. Filmed at 300 and 600 frames per second with a Casio EXF1 Pro camera. Music by: Incompetech (Kevin MacLeod) and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license.

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My local airport is often a refueling stop for the Siller Brother’s helicopters which have a range of about 220 miles. I heard the distinctive noise of the big Sikorsky Skycrane on approach to the airport. Natually I grabbed my camera and drove the 2 miles to the airport. The Visalia airport is pretty small […]

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The Siller Brothers Skycrane again was called back to Los Angeles to handle more flair ups and again I saw the big Sikorsky land for refueling at our airport located halfway between L.A. and Yuba City where this helicopter is stationed. The last time this Skycrane landed here it was returning from the first L.A. […]

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Video I filmed of an high speed F18 pass with afterburners on. Filmed at 12X zoom and at 600 FPS. Usually you can only see these in low light but the contrast of the sky in the background was just enough so we could see this interesting phenomenon. Shock diamonds (also known as Mach diamonds, […]

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Just a REALLY oddball video showing tiny, odd little paper airplanes in a wind tunnel. Music by Tunguska Electronic Music Society

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A montage of leftover footage I filmed of various airplanes in high speed. (600fps) Music by Chronique ASTRID Pt. 2 Creative Commons License

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Shots taken with my “parasite” Flip Ultra HD camera while I was shooting slow motion footage with my EXF1. Not the best image, but the Flip has decent mics that picked up the wicked sound from the A10. The A-10 West Demonstration Team put on a really good show. The taxiing footage at the end […]

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Four beautiful B-25’s flying together. Something you don’t see everyday. This was shot using a Casio EXF1 camera at 600 frames/sec. A pretty long video, but I had a lot of HS footage on these 4 planes. – Ever been to Zeno’s Warbirds site??? Coolest warbird site on the internet! Watch actual training movies, etc! […]

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In extreme manuvers, clouds of condensed moisture form over the wings and other surfaces of airplanes. This is due to the negative pressure forcing the moisture to condense above it’s normal dew point. It’s similar to when you pop the lid off the soda and clouds form for a second. Music: Zero-Project Title “Still Breathing”

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The F-18 Super Hornet takes off with afterburners and goes inverted, leaves landing gear extended. Filmed at 600 frames per second. – I used a maxium optical zoom of 12x. When filming in high speed, the camera controls (focus, zoom, etc) are locked so I had to guess a little at the settings. Despite a […]

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