I flew up to Auburn to meet Chris for brunch.
I had to fly around a bigassed cloud on the way - I didn't feel like climbing to 4,000' to get over it :o)
When we left Wings, there was an Icon A5 in the transient parking by Chris' RV-6A. I don't believe I've ever seen one in the fibreglass before, it's bigger than I thought it was going to be.
Chris has lent me his Insta 360 One X2, and his monopod, so I tucked it under my leg and flew home via the North Fork - I just did a quick run so I could get something to play with. It keeps turning itself off (Chris has has this problem too), so I ended up with a pile of little videos, when I noticed that it had stopped recording again.
When I got back to Lincoln, there was a guy with an AutoGyro Cavalon getting a flight test with Ken, so we chatted for a short while before I went home again.
At home, I dinked around with some videos...
Here's the 360 video of my takeoff. It's >2Gb in size, and took hours to upload.
Here's the GoPro Hyperlapse of the canyon run.
Here's the pan and scan from the Insta - I need to mount it further out, methinks.
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