In order to make the fun last longer I invested in two digital camera's. A fancy one and a cheap one I can tape on various places on an airframe. I'm still a novice when it comes to filming and the editing that comes with it, but I thought I'd share my first production with you...
I really enjoy good quality flying videos and subscribe to a few different channels. I especially like the longer films including interaction with ATC, through start up, departure clearance, take off, cruise and landing. (My wife tells me I’m just sad!)
Recently I’ve found this channel which has a few GA flights around Europe. I especially like how the pilot, narrates the film afterwards and has found a good balance in the edit of the footage. He is also good at debriefing his flights and admits his mistakes which is great for all to learn from.
Another favourite is Guido’s channel, where he discusses flight procedures and full flights mostly in private jets but including King Airs and a few Cessna videos.
There must be other out there. Does anyone have any good ones?
Try this – Alidalbatros – on YouTube.
Another great channel with commentary and various views. Well edited and informative
Another one, this time a guy who seems to have the perfect job(s), flying a TBM 850 for a charter company in Miami and a Cessna caravan for a holiday resort in the Bahamas.
I haven’t found any more for a while in Youtube, anybody use Vimeo or other video sites?
Is their much of a difference in these video sites?
I’m subscribed to you also but overlooked that in my previous posts!
Thanks for the great videos, how long does it take you to edit them and how many cameras do you use?
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