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Old 01-22-2013, 12:25 PM
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Originally Posted by WhiteyBear View Post
Not as viable as an option as a crane came, sky cam, blimp, and stabilized cameras on an individual. A nice piece of the puzzle, but far from an "answer". Has a move cinematic look to it for promotional purposes than to actual watch an event.
I'm far from an expert (or even novice for that matter) with regards to video production, but to film disc golf effectively, wouldn't you want a set-up that can be moved from one hole to another quickly and easily? Is that the case with the methods you mentioned? Serious question, cause I honestly don't know, but to my layperson ears, they sound like they'd be a bit cumbersome. Seems like an RC copter fits that bill pretty well. If I'm mistaken, so be it - maybe they would be better alternatives.

While a stabilized camera on a a person might be highly transportable, I dont think they'd be able to track the action in flight with the same "following along with the disc" type of effect. Just my thoughts - I could be wrong.
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