A View From Up Above

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My plan was to play with the A-Quad Hardcore and do some bridle tweaking. However, the wind was too light for the Hardcore, so I had to switch to Plan B.

Like said, too light winds for the Hardcore, but more than enough for my 6ft Rokkaku! The wind was smooth and stable too, my KAP-rig in my rucksack and the GoPro in my hand. Why not do some Kite Aerial Videography?!

I quickly assembled the Rok’ and attached the flying line. Soon it was sitting really stable way up there. Now it was time to hook up the KAP-rig to the line, mount the GoPro camera and have it all up there.

For some reason, after updating the GoPro app, my phone won’t display what’s captured while recording. I don’t know why, but I guess it’s possible to work it out when I find the time.

Anyway, the recordings came out fine and down below you can take a look at a quick compilation viewed from up above!

From up above!

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