I bought a $5 keychain camera and Gorilla-Taped it to the side of my 4" Madcow Fiberglass Nike Smoke for what turned out to be a pretty good video! I cut the delay about 3-5 seconds too short so the 'chute pops early and then the shock cord wraps around the camera's lens all the way to the ground. Nice. Better luck next time. Oh and sorry about the date. I don't think there's a way to turn that off.
I flew this scratch-built, high-power, cluster rocket for the first time on 8/14/10. This was supposed to ground start a Cesaroni K500 Red, wait 1 second, then air-start 2xI345 White Thunder motors. I made three mistakes in the setup which resulted in the air-starts not firing and neither altimeter ejecting the main parachute at apogee. The motor ejection kicks ~75 feet above the ground saving all but the main airframe/fins. I'm a lucky dude. Props to Flip for making such a rugged camera with great HD image quality! The music in the second half is Gypsy by Steve Angello.
I redeemed myself with Der Red Mix mark II on 12/4/10 at Plaster City flying an L730 on the ground then 2 x I345 in the air one second after the ground L burned out. Great success!! I would add that my scratch-built design rotated only once during the 5550 ascent so those fins are on straight!
As my payload section had warped to an unusable state I flew my Viciously Mean Machine with a much shorter payload section leveraged from another vehicle. Thus this flight on a Cesaroni J360 occurred on v0.75 of this rocket. Did I mention that Skidmark motors are mah favorite? Just checkin'. The house track is "Rare Tap (2000 And One Cut) by Sandy Huner" available on beatport dot com.