Amazing Aerial Photos Trailer

Aerial Photography is a lot of fun however the biggest expense is the loss of helium at the end of every flight. It takes almost 2 full size K/L bottles of helium to lift the 8.5 pounds of equipment to heights of 100 to 700 feet above the photo targets.

OPTIONS: 8.5X20 Tandem 3500, V-NOSE AND REAR SIDE BY SIDE DOORS, Screw less Exterior, Observation Top Desk with Roof Access Ladder, 13,000 BTU A/C with 110 Electrical Package, Fluorescent Lights, 60 AMP Box, 12-Volt Interior Dome Light, 110-Volt Interior Receptacle, Side Door 36”, White Vinyl Ceiling Liner, White Vinyl Walls, Insulated Ceiling, Insulated Walls, Concession Window 3’x6’, Upper Cabinet 8.5′ Wide encompass whole Vnose (see drawing view), 18’ Dometic RV Awning, L-Shape plus V Counter Desk Top Model, Generator Door w/ Top Hinge

Note the Reese Receiver’s under the V-Nose on both sides to hold my Aerial Mast. (Warning need to check dimensions for clearance with down rigger of aerail mast assembly.)

Below is a 3D model generated by Michael Kintner, owner of Amazing Aerial Photos.com.

 

DRAG MOUSE TO ROTATE PHOTO.

 

Inches Feet
Width Height Sqr Inch Width Height Sqr Ft Total
Passenger Door: 33 57 1881 2.75 4.75 13.06
Passenger Side: 235 88 20680 19.58 7.33 143.61 143.61
Front Passenger: 48.5 88 4268 4.04 7.33 29.64 29.64
Front Driver: 48.5 88 4268 4.04 7.33 29.64 29.64
Driver Side Window: 69 33 2277 5.75 2.75 15.81
Driver Side: 237 87 20619 19.75 7.25 143.19 143.19
Back Door Passenger 42.5 88 3740 3.54 7.33 25.97 25.97
Back Door Driver: 42.5 88 3740 3.54 7.33 25.97 25.97
398.02
Driver Front

Driver Front

Passenger Front

Passenger Front

Driver Side

Driver Side

Passenger Side

Passenger Side

Back of Trailer

Back of Trailer