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Kite Aerial Photography (KAP) is a technique where kites are used to lift cameras into low-altitude positions to get unusual angles on the world. The camera is normally mounted in a rig which allows you to pan, tilt and trigger the camera. This is hung below the kite on the kite-line. 

various products are used in this Ricoh GX100 based KAP rig.

The rig shown uses a standard Model Plane RC system and mechanical parts available from www.brooxes.com and www.kapshop.com . Our products enable:

You can also read a short one minute overview of KAP as well as see some of the pictures taken by this rig.

Island House, Tiree, Scotland.

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