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#1 Sean Elder

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Posted 25 January 2013 - 05:02 PM


Has anyone used a C300 for aerials? How would you start/stop the camera? Is there a hardwire solution like a paintbox of some kind for the C300 yet? Would there be too much interference to use the WFT unit effectivley? Just asking because a client asked and it made me wonder.... That's a good idea!!! Oh well, anybody know of a solution or work around where the handle could be elongated enough to reach into the cockpit?

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