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lol

ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha that is the worth idea ever!!!!!!!! you are sooooooooooooooooooooooooooo dumb.

not lol

Never call someone dumb and fail to spell check your two sentences. How did you mistakenly type "worth" when you meant "worst"?

Also, this idea is an incredible one. You could do it with helium filled balloons even.

Renegade

Cool idea, I'll have to give this one a whirl with my old camera!

Edward

Cool idea. i tried also on rc blimps, planes, and helicopters.
you finish doing a lot of work with this simple idea I even did comercial work several times.

Sorry english is not my mother language
Tks
PD sorry for the dumb

Daniel

This is a wonderful idea. Very inovative. You may find similar products being used by the U.S. millitary for spy tactics, and also in the late 90's, Trent Reznor from "Nine Ince Nails" used a similar flying device to film one of his videos "Closer".

The Chamberlain

This is a great idea that offers comparable image quality available with pricey high tech systems. The best part of it is that it's developed at the kitchen table, and put together in the garage. Excellent!

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