Originally Posted by Tony_Fletcher
It all depends where my hat is pointed.
I have the cam velcro'd to the underside of my cap and I flip the file in Quicktime.
Sometimes all you see is "out the windscreen." On that flight, I was excited to see the panel. I could really study my pattern that way. The audio is just noise in the cockpit. With the throttle at idle, it can pick up audio pretty well. I'm working on a way to get the headset audio too. It would be great to hear the ATC controllers and study my radio calls, etc.
Is your headset audio in both ears? Maybe you could rig a different camera mount so it is right along side and above one ear, then put some foam under that headset ear piece so some headset sound could escape and be picked up by the camera?
Or the "cable splitter to a small speaker idea" I mentioned a while back?