Video: To help Saab Defence and Security capture some spectacular footage of its Gripen fighter jet, a Swedish-based company called Blue Sky built a custom gyro-stabilised camera system that can ride along at speeds of over 555km per hour. When paired with a 6K Red Dragon digital cinema camera and a $US40,000 Canon camera lens, the resulting footage provides a never-before-seen opportunity to ride along in a fighter like you were almost sitting in the cockpit.
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