This is a new venture for me. I have recently taught myself to fly a simple RC plane. The HobbyZone Super Cub is a three channel, foam trainer. I have modified mine by replacing the stock battery with 3s lipo. This configuration has no trouble lifting a small video camera. In this case, the camera is a FlyCamOne2.
For my first attempt I simply used servo tape to stick the camera to the top of the wing. The rubber bands holding the wing acted as backup support.
Still screen capture from the flight video. The resolution is better than I expected from such a simple camera.
View to the North of what is left of Austin's old Executive Airport
There's me down there...trying not to crash with a brand new camera.
My next attempt will be with the camera attached to the nose of the plane, just forward of the battery door. This will give me a clear view ahead and down without the prop in the view.
This new camera position works great. It's not much when close to the ground, but it pays off at altitude where you can really look around on the ground.
Video flying out of the old Austin Executive Airport in North Austin. Views of TechRidge, Dell Campus, etc. 9-9-09 Austin Exec Airport