Originally Posted by Nessus
Aviation is what got me interested in sailing as a young man. Specifically an interest in celestial navigation
. As an Aircam owner I always like to share these special aircraft. Best watched on Youtube in HD.
And I know you've all seen this one. Looks like a Sparkman & Stevens design to me.
I have owned and sold several of the early version Maxair Drifters and I had one flight in an Aircam back when it was Leza-Lockwood I belive...I have used Lockwood Aviation as a supplier for all my hardware
for fab. of my Paraventure line of light aircraft and for Rotax service
when working with other designs for at least 15 yrs..Phil Lockwood runs a great company and his Aircam has got to be the premier platform for production of aerial footage..I loved the Nat.Geo. footage that has been produced over the years using the Aircam..My Paraventure line is a great complement to the Aircam when slower speeds are needed or for those shots that require that the aircraft hangout or hover in the right conditions...Saw one of the ACs for sale
a while back for $160,000 w/the 582s.Wonder what the 912 varient cost? Great video work,is that your plane in the film?