Cool camera accessory you dont need

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    That thing is sweet!! You could get some awesome shots in windows with that... Doh!! Did I say that out loud? Stupid brain!
     
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    That's cool!

    I used to have a model rocket that had a 110 camera in the nose cone. It will launch, deploy parachute, and take pictures (nose cone hanging downward) as it descended back.
     
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    I would be flying this with the” Mission Imposable” theme in my head.
     
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    I think I have a rocket like that at home somewhere as well USA - I think it even went off once - though powers know if we ever bothered to have the film developed.

    And what do you mean I don't need it - of course I want that helecopter!
    though I think I would probably either crash it on its first flight or never use it (for fear of crashing it and my DSLR!)
     

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