The Flight Home: KPSO-KEIK

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The Flight Home: KPSO-KEIK

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After taking an Angel Flight patient back to Pagosa Springs, I ended the day with a scenic flight home over the snow-capped Rocky Mountains of Colorado.

https://youtu.be/QGIrwaQ5yzc
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Wow, that's a lot of white cumulogranite! Beautiful!

I like how the video can keep the horizon level while the plane moves up and down (i.e., it pitches and rolls). Is that something that you control during editing? Or does the camera do that automatically as part of its electronic image stabilization?
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CFIDave wrote:
Wed Apr 14, 2021 3:52 am
Wow, that's a lot of white cumulogranite! Beautiful!

I like how the video can keep the horizon level while the plane moves up and down (i.e., it pitches and rolls). Is that something that you control during editing? Or does the camera do that automatically as part of its electronic image stabilization?
I’m still learning the camera’s settings and capabilities, but in 360 mode (the mode used here to capture the raw footage) all the apparent horizon-leveling is achieved manually, in post-processing.
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