Although the Replay products are fantastic products (I'm very happy with mine), they have not been selling well here (I guess customers are buying them directly from the manufacturer or at local retail stores.) - so it is time for a sale. All items are 1/3 off the list prices. The sale price only applies to items in stock. Once the stock of a particular item is gone, it is gone for good.
About Replay XD
The Replay XD a fine brand of Stable Imaging Solutions, LLC (SIS) was designed by a group of racing professionals with over 50 years of experience in the high performance racing industry. The development team saw the need for ultra-lightweight cameras that could capture never before seen video footage from the most extreme racing and action environments on earth. The Replay XD has been put through the most grueling conditions possible and has come out unscathed with crystal clear footage. SIS’ goal is to bring you the most technologically advanced recording systems available today.
The Replay products are extremly rugged, high-quality products. They are also very small - making them easy to mount just about anywhere. They also offer many very rugged and reliable mounting options.
Important Safety Note:
I do not recommend mounting anything on the outside of your sailplane or any other aircraft. Doing so probably wouldn't be a problem if it is done with care, but there is a chance that it could interfere with the flight characteristics of your sailplane - perhaps even making it unsafe. Or it could fall off in flight and hurt someone on the ground. Also, in the case of an accident, having something mounted on the outside of your sailplane could void your insurance. I have read posts on soaring newsgroups stating that mounting a very small camera on a sailplane wing (near the root of the wing) caused a vibration in the elevator that could be felt in the control stick - which is not ideal. Mounting Replay XD cameras inside the glider is a great idea - as long as they are securely mounted and don't interfere with anything important. The U.S. F.A.A. says it is illegal to mount anything on the outside of a certified aircraft. The regulations for non-certified aircraft are less clear. You can read more about this in an interesting article "Pilot's Eye View" in the E.A.A. Sport Aviation magazine from February, 2013.