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    video camera
  • A camera for recording images on videotape or for transmitting them to a monitor screen
  • The modern CCTV video camera is available in both monochrome (black and white) and color. Cameras can be set in fixed-positions or placed on 'pan-and-tilt' devices that allow the camera to be moved up, down, left and right.
  • A video camera is a camera used for electronic motion picture acquisition, initially developed by the television industry but now common in other applications as well.
  • A camera that records onto digital or videotape.
    free
  • Without cost or payment
  • With the sheets eased
  • able to act at will; not hampered; not under compulsion or restraint; "free enterprise"; "a free port"; "a free country"; "I have an hour free"; "free will"; "free of racism"; "feel free to stay as long as you wish"; "a free choice"
  • grant freedom to; free from confinement
  • loose: without restraint; "cows in India are running loose"
    flip
  • Glib; flippant
  • impudent: marked by casual disrespect; "a flip answer to serious question"; "the student was kept in for impudent behavior"
  • somersault: an acrobatic feat in which the feet roll over the head (either forward or backward) and return
  • lightly throw to see which side comes up; "I don't know what to do--I may as well flip a coin!"
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Ultimate Travel Kit: Neoprene Dual Pocket Zipper Case (Black), Mini HDMI Type C to HDMI Type A Cable, USB Extension Cable (6 Feet), Car Charger, Wall Travel/Home Charger, and Free Carabiner Key Chain for the Cisco Flip Video SlideHD
Ultimate Travel Kit: Neoprene Dual Pocket Zipper Case (Black), Mini HDMI Type C to HDMI Type A Cable, USB Extension Cable (6 Feet), Car Charger, Wall Travel/Home Charger, and Free Carabiner Key Chain for the Cisco Flip Video SlideHD
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Skydiving at the Fly Free dropzone located in Festus, MO, on 20110409-j.
Skydiving at the Fly Free dropzone located in Festus, MO, on 20110409-j.
One jump - two photographers. Blake already released and is falling away, and he took a shot looking upwards of Ashley who is photographing Mark and the lady on her first tandem jump leaving the plane. Enjoyed a really beautiful Saturday afternoon in the St. Louis area partaking of some skydiving down in Festus, MO, at the Fly Free dropzone. This was jump number 7 for me so far. Theresa B., a mutual friend, had described to me earlier what a wonderful couple Mark and Ashley are, and she wasn't fibbin'! I had the pleasure of jumping with skydive instructor Mark Cook, while Ashley shot the photos, while falling with us, about 10 feet right in front of us. I so wanted to yell and scream and holler at her (for fun!), but I learned on my first jump to keep my mouth shut as that 120 mph wind rushing into your lungs isn't the neatest sensation, ha-ha! They were so professional and nice to chit-chat with! Couldn't ask for a nicer afternoon to jump - perfect temperatures - and the scenery below of the bluffs alongside of the Mississippi River was spectacular. Today was just a last minute fun jump, and, in a few days, I'll have the video of it up on You Tube with my other three videos. I really needed today's jump for some R&R, as it's been about 5 months since the last one! I do not smoke, drink, or use drugs. For me - skydiving is the ultimate high - it's pure natural adrenalin and endorphins that course through my veins for a day or two after a jump. 'Fear' is not a part of it. It's a very controlled sport, once you leave the plane, it's like you're 'swimming' in air, for up to about 50 seconds or so before you have to open the parachute for the totally relaxing 5 or 6 minute descent the rest of the way down. The jumpers that hold the advanced licenses, they can do all sorts of flips and spins in the air during that 50 second free-fall from 12,000 feet down to 5,500 feet - it's almost like 'ballet' or 'synchronized swimming' in the air. In all of these photos here, you can see how we're all in that 'belly-down-arch' position, with arms and legs spread and bent. This keeps your body from spinning and tumbling, you'll just basically stay in that position all the way down. (though, once you try to do the basic maneuvers that come later in the AFF training, one finds that a very small movement of an arm or a leg can get things happening really quickly.) My goal anyway is to just earn my 'class-A' license which will allow me to jump anywhere in the country unsupervised for like $20 bucks a pop, I really don't need all that fancy stuff to satisfy me. When you're up there, it's not even really like falling. Oh sure, you feel the air coming at you at 120 mph, but you are so high up, just by looking at the ground along, you have no sensation of the ground even getting closer. They give you these altimeters that you wear on your wrist much like a watch that show how high up you are to keep aware of that so you know when to pull (though, with this jump today being a mere tandem 'fun jump,' I had nothing to worry about and I didn't have my own altimeter, I just left the driving to Mark, lol...) It might not be for everyone, but I do recommend it to everyone to at least consider it, to celebrate a birthday or anniversary or whatever this way. For sure - the memory it would create will definitely last a lifetime! The first several jumps one does are always tandems, where the professional will take care of everything for you - and all one has to do is enjoy the view and the ride! And, speaking of view, there at Festus, looking down at the river, and the bluffs, the interstate 55 cloverleaf, several rock quarries, etc - just tons of stuff to check out from that birds eye view.
Skydiving at the Fly Free dropzone located in Festus, MO, on 20110409-k.
Skydiving at the Fly Free dropzone located in Festus, MO, on 20110409-k.
Ashley, armed with her camera helmet, waiting for Mark and I to get through the doorway. Dig the scenery 12,000 below! Enjoyed a really beautiful Saturday afternoon in the St. Louis area partaking of some skydiving down in Festus, MO, at the Fly Free dropzone. This was jump number 7 for me so far. Theresa B., a mutual friend, had described to me earlier what a wonderful couple Mark and Ashley are, and she wasn't fibbin'! I had the pleasure of jumping with skydive instructor Mark Cook, while Ashley shot the photos, while falling with us, about 10 feet right in front of us. I so wanted to yell and scream and holler at her (for fun!), but I learned on my first jump to keep my mouth shut as that 120 mph wind rushing into your lungs isn't the neatest sensation, ha-ha! They were so professional and nice to chit-chat with! Couldn't ask for a nicer afternoon to jump - perfect temperatures - and the scenery below of the bluffs alongside of the Mississippi River was spectacular. Today was just a last minute fun jump, and, in a few days, I'll have the video of it up on You Tube with my other three videos. I really needed today's jump for some R&R, as it's been about 5 months since the last one! I do not smoke, drink, or use drugs. For me - skydiving is the ultimate high - it's pure natural adrenalin and endorphins that course through my veins for a day or two after a jump. 'Fear' is not a part of it. It's a very controlled sport, once you leave the plane, it's like you're 'swimming' in air, for up to about 50 seconds or so before you have to open the parachute for the totally relaxing 5 or 6 minute descent the rest of the way down. The jumpers that hold the advanced licenses, they can do all sorts of flips and spins in the air during that 50 second free-fall from 12,000 feet down to 5,500 feet - it's almost like 'ballet' or 'synchronized swimming' in the air. In all of these photos here, you can see how we're all in that 'belly-down-arch' position, with arms and legs spread and bent. This keeps your body from spinning and tumbling, you'll just basically stay in that position all the way down. (though, once you try to do the basic maneuvers that come later in the AFF training, one finds that a very small movement of an arm or a leg can get things happening really quickly.) My goal anyway is to just earn my 'class-A' license which will allow me to jump anywhere in the country unsupervised for like $20 bucks a pop, I really don't need all that fancy stuff to satisfy me. When you're up there, it's not even really like falling. Oh sure, you feel the air coming at you at 120 mph, but you are so high up, just by looking at the ground along, you have no sensation of the ground even getting closer. They give you these altimeters that you wear on your wrist much like a watch that show how high up you are to keep aware of that so you know when to pull (though, with this jump today being a mere tandem 'fun jump,' I had nothing to worry about and I didn't have my own altimeter, I just left the driving to Mark, lol...) It might not be for everyone, but I do recommend it to everyone to at least consider it, to celebrate a birthday or anniversary or whatever this way. For sure - the memory it would create will definitely last a lifetime! The first several jumps one does are always tandems, where the professional will take care of everything for you - and all one has to do is enjoy the view and the ride! And, speaking of view, there at Festus, looking down at the river, and the bluffs, the interstate 55 cloverleaf, several rock quarries, etc - just tons of stuff to check out from that birds eye view.

free flip video camera
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