"SkyBeanChaseCam is unique product dedicated to record awesome videos and photos from position behind the paragliding/paramotor pilot. The shape is fine tuned to achieve as stable picture as possible without electronic stabilization. We spent hundreds of hours by heavy development using aerodynamic simulations and wind tunnel, what finally let you capture your flight safely from a different perspective than you used to be."

ChaseCam universal mount

C$189.00 Regular Price
C$149.00Sale Price
Model
    • Head - camera case (GoPro Hero 3/4, GoPro Hero Session, GoPro Hero 5 Session)

    • Silicon band for fixing the camera

    • Bungee rope with clip for canopy connection

    • Wings (ChaseCam body)

    • Laces (ChaseCam body)

    • Velcro (for harness launch)

  • "SkyBean ChaseCam was developed especially with focus on safety. During normal flight, chasecam flies back enough, with no effect to glider or flight speed. But as active pilots, we know what can happen in the air, so we also tested non standard flight situations.

     

    When you activate your speed system or you will turn a spiral, increased speed will produce more brake force and bungee rope will be stretched more, therefore chasecam will go more away from glider and scene takes entire canopy and pilot. There is some possibility of chasecam tangle if incorrectly exit from the spiral, like during big wing-over. You can see little kick in capture, when you enter or leave strong thermal, but don't worry safety level is high. Small wing-overs will bring chasecam closer to lines with nice video effect. Really big wingovers can tangle chasecam into lines, but with no safety effect, just scene will face somewhere away. During asymmetrical collapse, dynamic or held, glider is still moving forward, so chasecam still produces braking force, so this maneuver won't tangle the chasecam. Dynamic frontstall is usually recovered very fast with some altitude lost, which will ensure no effect to chasecam position against glider. During B-stall, glider will lost its forward speed and therefore chasecam can be tangled into lines, particularly if you pull it dynamically."