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  1. Ask the UAE Embassy. https://www.uae-embassy.org/ Skwrl Productions - Wingsuit Photography Northeast Bird School - Chief Logistics Guy and Video Dork
  2. It would be an interesting piece of information to see the last time all of these folks jumped. For some, I think it's been a while... Skwrl Productions - Wingsuit Photography Northeast Bird School - Chief Logistics Guy and Video Dork
  3. 20% of active skydivers? I think that's far, far higher than reality. Skwrl Productions - Wingsuit Photography Northeast Bird School - Chief Logistics Guy and Video Dork
  4. Only because a few of us participate here, (somewhat successfully I think.) Others will never participate because they do not want anyone to challenge them with questions. In general this website is not a good indicator of the skydiving community as a whole. In general most people think this place is insane. This. It's largely an echo chamber in a lot of cases, with a few people dominating each of the boards. Years and years ago, it seemed to have a lot broader appeal; now I only know a handful of people who regularly read it. Skwrl Productions - Wingsuit Photography Northeast Bird School - Chief Logistics Guy and Video Dork
  5. And how are sales of your 'products' going? At least based on the responses here, it doesn't seem like anyone is overwhelmingly impressed with your mathsturbation - or see much practical application for it... Skwrl Productions - Wingsuit Photography Northeast Bird School - Chief Logistics Guy and Video Dork
  6. WSE# 4 - Giselle Bwahahah... Skwrl Productions - Wingsuit Photography Northeast Bird School - Chief Logistics Guy and Video Dork
  7. We can see them. No idea if he can. Skwrl Productions - Wingsuit Photography Northeast Bird School - Chief Logistics Guy and Video Dork
  8. LOL at thinking all wingsuits are copied off of Shorb's old suit - or even that it was all that different from the suits that came before it. (Yes, I recognize it and even have pictures of it from back in the day.) Suit design has changed a lot. As has performance. No, we don't need a pitot tube to prove it. There's definitely a CoW in this thread, and he's the one avoiding questions. I'm back to my comment about unsubstantiated mathsturbation. Seems like the models aren't substantiated - at least based on the reviews so far. I guess the world still isn't ready for the Yuri Device (remember when it was called that?) Skwrl Productions - Wingsuit Photography Northeast Bird School - Chief Logistics Guy and Video Dork
  9. Not interested in making physical products. I sell electrons. And I think there's where your challenge is. Even if you are perfectly correct in all of this, without actual performance in the form of suits, to many people who are still reading this forum - and there aren't many of us left - this is all just math-sturbation. (Some of which, you've been saying for almost 10 years now.) So, why not partner with one of the manufacturers? I don't mean the Big Three, I mean maybe one of the smaller ones that don't get as much play - and put your models to a rigorous empirical test. Skwrl Productions - Wingsuit Photography Northeast Bird School - Chief Logistics Guy and Video Dork
  10. I’m really curious if all of this extensive research has ever been applied to wingsuit performance? I mean, given this information, shouldn’t you be able to figure out a mode of flight that out-performs everyone? How do your flights compare to typical performance suit fliers? Skwrl Productions - Wingsuit Photography Northeast Bird School - Chief Logistics Guy and Video Dork
  11. I used a Canon M5 with a tongue switch (2.5mm jack). Worked fine. Note that it uses an EF-M format lens. So I you are trying to shoot with an EF or EF-S, you will need an adapter. Skwrl Productions - Wingsuit Photography Northeast Bird School - Chief Logistics Guy and Video Dork
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  13. Awwww, look at Mr. Tough Guy hiding behind an anonymous account and trash-talking. I was wondering the other day why I don't run into more assholes in the sport; I guess I found one. (And yeah, if it's troll shit posting, it's still assholish...) Shame you're not brave enough to announce who you are though. Since that's the case, we can pretty easily ignore you. Have fun running around trying to upset people.
  14. I've had both and I find the openings on the P7 are superior for wingsuiting. Seconded on this as well. Skwrl Productions - Wingsuit Photography Northeast Bird School - Chief Logistics Guy and Video Dork
  15. I can compare it to a Storm - I had a Storm for about 1000 jumps. It has *much* more of a glide than the Storm. The Storm feels like it moves at something like a 45 degree angle. Much nicer when you're a little far from where you want to be. Also a much more powerful flare. The landings on my Storm always felt like I was using a CRW canopy. As for the Sabre2, I had one for about 400 jumps (before the Storm). The glide ratio is similar, but the openings and landings on the P7 were much nicer. Skwrl Productions - Wingsuit Photography Northeast Bird School - Chief Logistics Guy and Video Dork