Nice videos. With my M24, and unless there's crosswind, I always land with the engine at idle from the start of the glide path, so to avoid the rolling reaction when you cut the throttle. I have yet to practice real engine-outs, i.e., killing the engine. I need more experience before that.
Thanks, Dave.Great thread.thanks for posting Inquiring Mind!
The camera has integrated "AHRS", "GPS" and "Baro" chips, so it does record all the data synced to the recorded video. At the time of video editing with Garmin VIRBEdit editor I choose which data to display and type of gauges to use for that. Tons of them to choose from comes with VIRBEdit and you can even create your own gauges.Is the camera adding the gauges on the sides of the video too with the G-Metrix?
I'm in NE. I will post all the videos worth posting.What part of the country are you flying with all the trees? Can you post more videos since not much action on the forum now. I like the photos and videos the best.
That speed (well, 100 km/h, that is quite close) is even highlighted with a yellow pointer on the anemometer, from factory. When I was trained for the adaptation to the M24, I was told to dive on final at 100 km/h and to maintain stable the glide path, keeping the airspeed steady only with the throttle...Because I'm still learning. Best glide speed according to POH is 55kt.
Xavier, I did put yellow triangle on my ASI too,That speed (well, 100 km/h, that is quite close) is even highlighted with a yellow pointer on the anemometer