Finally got my helmet cam set up completed…

23 May 2014 admin In G+ Posts

Comments: 16

  1. David St.Hilaire 23 May 2014 Reply


  2. Stuart Ponder 23 May 2014 Reply

    That's hilarious. How was there a camera left to take this picture?

  3. Brent Burzycki 23 May 2014 Reply

    No idea… Glady this is not me… But it is awesome….

  4. Jason ON 23 May 2014 Reply

    Couldn't they have all just shared the same SD card? Damn!

  5. Brent Burzycki 23 May 2014 Reply

    It's like 17D……

  6. Anthony Morton 23 May 2014 Reply

    geez.   he's gonna land on his head

  7. Ron Serina 24 May 2014 Reply

    Dose it have it's own parachute 

  8. Me dijeron mis amigos… ¡FILMAME EL SALTO!

    Maldita sea…. jajajaja

  9. Brent Goldspring 24 May 2014 Reply

    LOL. I had to Google this image to get the story here. Turns out he's testing these cameras out. Full details here

  10. Brent Burzycki 24 May 2014 Reply

    +Brent Goldspring good find….. 

    Seems a bit excessive for a camera test – but look we are talking about it…

  11. Brent Goldspring 24 May 2014 Reply

    Well it looks like he's got some redundancy there: I guess when you're going to jump out of a plane, you don't want to have to do it again because one of 'em failed.

  12. Darren Krusi 24 May 2014 Reply

    No 360° panorama vision.

  13. Jim Tipping 24 May 2014 Reply

    Cool! You'll be able to make a movie in 15-D!

  14. David Ryan Taylor 24 May 2014 Reply

    That's gonna have the flight characteristics of a lawn dart! 😀

  15. Marc Stowe 25 May 2014 Reply

    At some point it seems reasonable to just enjoy the thing you're doing.

  16. Jim Tipping 25 May 2014 Reply

    Video or it didn't happen. 😛

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