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I didn't realize that OSMOs could fly, but I guess a little duct tape can solve about any problem.
 
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I didn't realize that OSMOs could fly, but I guess a little duct tape can solve about any problem.

That gives me an idea that I canNOT carry out. Turn on the camera and throw it a fair distance into a swimming pool. I'd like to see the results of the spinning, twisting, splash and submersion. Problem - I don't have access to a swimming pool.
 

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That gives me an idea that I canNOT carry out. Turn on the camera and throw it a fair distance into a swimming pool. I'd like to see the results of the spinning, twisting, splash and submersion. Problem - I don't have access to a swimming pool.
I don't have an Action or a swimming pool so I can't help in this instance.
 

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Wouldn’t it be interesting if Dji made a gimbal for a drone that allowed you to put an osmo pocket on your drone? I don’t think it would work that well though...
 

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I didn't realize that OSMOs could fly, but I guess a little duct tape can solve about any problem.
I've seen a video where they strap a GoPro on a arrow and shoot it with a bow but someone had to catch it on the other end. It was a pretty cool video until they broke the GoPro. I also saw a newer product where you can put it in a football attachment and throw it. I'll try to find some links.


 

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