Just shut the engine down. After all, if it is a Grob, it ought to glide
Sailplanes in competitions usually have a small PS type camera mounted to
the Airframe and pointing out a small vent/window in the canopy to record
the turning point on the ground.
Jay Maynard wrote:
> I don't think you *want* to attach the camera to the airframe, as
> vibration (especially in a piston aircraft) will caues all sorts of
> problems. The usual recommendation is to hand-hold, making sure no part
> of the camera touches anything but your hands; this lets your butt serve
> as a vibration damper.
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