The Redstone Rig and Picavet with Canon PowerShot A2200.
Update (March, 2015): The KAPtery has moved to kaptery.com.
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It took a couple of weeks for Jeffrey Warren’s message to sink in. At first I thought his workshop on balloon aerial photography at the Fine gigapixel conference in November promoted a fringe pursuit – lofting cameras on tethered helium…
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The Redstone Rig kit is the basic rig for small cameras. For balloon or kite mapping and aerial photography. Please select a tray type.
All the hardware required to assemble the Redstone Rig into a functional flying camera platform (except the four 3D printed parts).
The Titan 2 Rig kit will build a rig to hold two cameras aimed securely in the same direction. For aerial photography using a balloon or kite.
All the hardware to assemble a ready-to-fly Titan 2 Rig, but no 3D printed parts. The Titan 2 Rig carries two cameras.
All the hardware needed to make a working Picavet suspension if you print your own parts.
Suspend your camera rig from the flying line with a simple rigid shaft. The Picavet attaches easily to the Redstone or Titan 2 rigs. Best for balloon photography.
The standard camera tray for the Redstone Rig for cameras up to 3 cm deep. $6.00
A wider camera tray for the Redstone Rig for cameras up to 4 cm deep. $7.00
A wide camera tray for the Redstone Rig with no lip in front. $7.00