intersting blog from simon carter...
I'm betting it's a camera on a stick, too. The concept was pretty appealing last week.
Here's some new pics using this thingy.
I guess some kind of binocular vision with angle offset.
Mirrors on a stick perhaps.
Brush-Tailed Possums with cameras on their back, and bananas on sticks to make the possums go where he wants them.
How is the possum 7m out from the cliff 7m from the top?
this was on another thread a while ago (Andrew if you can be bothered finding the link) there are the short films thing by Carter good videos and then there is an interview with him holding possibly the BIGGEST camera scope I've ever seen. Was quite interesting the rope work he used and the stomach muscles it would have demanded to stay in position while they did the climb x
Chockstone thread: http://www.chockstone.org/Forum/Forum.asp?Action=DisplayTopic&ForumID=1&MessageID=82210&Replies=15
you're a good boy thanks x
The secret is adding site:chockstone.org to your google queries.
google? what's that? x
On 9/04/2010 ajfclark wrote:
>How is the possum 7m out from the cliff 7m from the top?
They're wilier than you realise. And the dumb ones jump for the banana.
Simon had a pre order.
Half hour of fuel eh. Hmmmm, wonder if I'd be able to take off from by backyard, make it over to Pierces Pass, get some shots, and make it home in that time...
Excellent shots with your new technique onsight.
~> I sub'd a comment to your blog, that allows you to edit my guess if you like...