It only takes a small servo and a pushrod to rotate the lens. Here, I attached a Hitec HS-55, and it pulled the lens without a problem.

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Posted by: Spackles94 on Feb 18, 2008 05:47 PM
It only takes a small servo and a pushrod to rotate the lens. Here, I attached a Hitec HS-55, and it pulled the lens without a problem.
 
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You should be able to get at least 30 minutes of video on a 1Gb card. The batteries on your plane will likely run out before you run out of storage space.
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Adding the camera mount and a servo arm will allow you to rotate the lens in-flight.
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The possibilities are endless as far as your recording options. This specific setup allows the camera on my GWS E-Starter to toggle between straight-down and 45 degrees back.
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Hook up the FlyCamOne V2 to your computer via the included USB cable, and your files should pop up on the screen in a few moments. Leave it hooked up, and it will recharge the battery.
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