I am a little behind on my videos but here is a December flight i did.
I recorded a night flight that I did at night from I73 to MIE. The night is one of my favorite times to fly since the lights remind me of Christmas. I will let the video tell you the rest.
The camera or cameras in the cockpit you use to capture your video can vary widely depending on the individual user. We use an odd assortment of types styles and brands to capture the footage. We have everything from HD to 4k mounted in various locations or handheld. We have in our collection Canon, GoPro, Garmin, Sony and even a few things shot on iPhone. All can record in HD or 4K so it comes down to the software you use for editing your footage.
garmin Virb Ultra 30
I use a few different mounts to attach my cameras to the aircraft and honestly I would say that it takes less than a handful to make good videos. As far as I am concerned the only mounts you really need are a couple suction cup mounts for inside, a tiedown and strut mount for the exterior. I rent the aircraft from the school where I fly so there are limits to what I can do, I also have some inspection covers with mounts on them that work great. For inside I use the suction cup mounts from GoPro.
We took the short final clips from some of our videos and made a short video called short final. I did not realize how many clips we had of a short final. The last and final clip was from a night flight to Indiana. The airports include Moraine, Muncie, Clinton County, Lunken, Wright Brothers, Dayton and Butler County. I hope you all enjoy as much as I did.