This is What it Looks Like When You Strap an Action Cam to a Boomerang
We’ve seen our fair share of interesting stabilization rigs, but this one might just take the cake. It’s a Mobius action cam strapped to the top of a tri-blade boomerang.
Created by Victor Poulin of Boomerangs by Vic, this contraption uses a freely rotating swivel in the dead center of the boomerang and keeps the camera facing one direction using a dedicated rudder attached to the camera.
As strange as it looks, it actually works extremely well, as you can see in the video below. Also, turn your speakers down once the boomerang takes flight – the footage is extremely loud.
You can find Vic’s collection of boomerangs on his website.
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