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Any baseball type cap with a visor will work. Theres a small tripod type screw that holds the cam on the visor..
Velcro or a rubber band to adjust the angle.. the rubber band is just for adjusting the angle.
The cover slides off for battery installation,it comes with two AA batteries in the package so its ready to use when you get it.
DW Foamies Gen-X(man its huge),the noggin cams twin will be mounted on it in the coming weeks for dual perspective video.. next week should be the maiden for the plane :)
Used for airiel video along with the rcplanecams camera for ap on my 3dhobbyshop ebt in 2007
Relativley small and very compact for a video camera
About 5 ounces with batterys inside,light and compact and shoots good video from rc planes that can carry 5 ounces of extra weight
Simple to use and has a lcd for viewing as you shoot or review the video.. press the red button to start recording,left button is to review the videos and the right one is to delete ones you dont need,it also has a usb plug that flips out on the side.
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