Jürgen Moors, Aerial Photographer
December 12, 2012
“Dear Ikonoskop Team!
I want to tell you about our last camera flight on Sunday 9th December 2012 in the Austrian Alps. The departure was at the airport in Zell am See, at an outside temperature of -16 degrees (minus sixteen!). We were flying for two and a half hours in the Austrian Alps, to shoot some aerials for a TV documentary made for the German television (ZDF).
During this flight I was operating my beloved A-CAM DII at an airspeed of approximately 100km/h, with the wind chill factor this turns out to be -44 degrees (minus forty four). Well what can I say? The A-Cam produced the most lovely shots you can imagine, without any problems at all. I used one battery for an entire storage card, so I didn´t even have to change the battery during the flight. I have attached a few picture to this email, so you get a feeling what we experienced during the 3 coldest hours of my life!
I would like take this opportunity to thank you for this great product, I think there are not many cameras out there that could survive a flight like this!
THANK YOU GUYS!!!!