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Old 03-25-2010, 09:49 PM   #11
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I tried the polarizing filter from my 'real' camera and it looks good, I think I will get the magnetic lens with the lens hood, this camera does need a hood when the sun is out. I need to do more flying with this plane to get use to it, been busy flying my fast foamies, they don't care about wind but my gliders will be coming out soon.
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Dan....you da man. You've got to have me more in your pics.
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Re: Easystar with Sony Webbie

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The Webbie came out last year, I think it is now discontinued and replaced with Sony Bloggie, same camera with minor improvements. This one is currently on sale at Black's. Model MSH-PM1. Great thing is the tilting lens and HD. It can do 720 and 1080 and is 3.6 oz.
Finaly found one today got the burnt orange webbie on sale for $99 at futureshop, there expecting the bloggie in the next week or 2 but think she said $249, got the extended waranty for 29.99 lol might need that

just need to figure out what kind of mounting system will work for me,
has anyone tryed this on a bigger heli?
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